Growing your own food is relishing nature’s bounties within your home environment. If you are lucky enough to live in an apartment/bungalow with a garden space or balcony, you may be able to grow a garden in part of the space. Interestingly, garden growing in the city is not as hard as it sounds. Ironically it doesn’t require a lot of space. You can easily have a container garden on your balcony or window sill. You might be surprised what you can grow in a container from vegetables, herbs, salad dressings to fruits. Your gardening efforts will most likely yield more fresh produce than you can handle.
We will provide you virtual mentorship in establishing a kitchen garden at your place. The coursework will ensure that by end of the course we leave you with a functional and sustainable garden created just by you.
JOIN India's first crash course on kitchen gardening that is being offered through a virtual class. A blended course with project work and online assignments.
Course Fee: Rs. 4500/- Early Bird Offer: Rs. 3500/- if registered by 25 Jul 2020
Kitchen Gardening For Beginners
The course helped me learn the basics of kitchen gardening through simple lessons, which were followed by interesting activities and DIY projects. It was truly an enriching experience. Highly recommended for those who are genuinely interested to grow their own food. I would like to convey my heartfelt regards and gratitude to INaturewatch and all the team members for their continuous support and guidance throughout the course!
Review by Sumithra K. on 10 Jul 2020
An eminent Naturalist and a lepidopterist who has been pursuing butterflies through his camera for the past 25 years. His pursuance gave India its first modern Field Guide to Indian Butterflies. He is the elected member of the Governing Council of the Bombay Natural History Society and has been associated with them for 35 years. He is known for his excellent wildlife photography and immense knowledge about natural history. His other publications include Common Wildflowers and Moths. He started his passion for wildlife with reptiles and then got involved with several other subjects and finally settled with butterflies. He is aptly known as 'Living Natural History Encyclopedia' and 'Butterfly Man'.
An award winning entomologist, educationist and entrepreneur, Dr. Shubhalaxmi has excelled in all her field of expertise. A moth researcher in 1993 with BNHS , becoming an environmental educator in 1997 and eventually transforming into an ecopreneur in 2014 after quitting her job- is a reckoning story of perseverance and resilience. Nature conservation and environmental protection is her domain. Her key competencies are organization development and business development. She founded three entities ; Ladybird Environmental Consulting, iNaturewatch Foundation and Birdwing Publishers. She has experience of designing and running online courses for over a decade. Courses run by her in her previous organization-BNHS were most popular ones.
Mr. Julius Rego is an urban farmer. He’s the founder of Green Souls that has the aim to address urban environmental, health and community issues by practising sustainable urban farming. Currently, they have 4 organic community farms that provides access to healthy food and nature therapy to underprivileged children.
Very Educative Course
Very educative course for beginners in kitchen gardening. Got basic knowledge one must have. Learnt new techniques of kitchen gardening. All projects and DIY’s very useful. Thanks iNaturewatch team for conducting online classes so well. Faculty knowledge appreciable . Really enjoyed the course and learnt so many things from fellow participants too. Highly recommended course.
Review by Raj C. on 6 Jul 2020
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