THE LEARNING GARDEN Express Tribune
Each school must have a learning garden where children can appreciate nature while observing and learning its divine ways to nurture life…realise that they are global citizens.
Crops in pots and a sabzi mandi in your own backyard Express Tribune
The basic idea is to connect urban organic gardeners and farmers with the general public and to start a conversation about the importance of heirloom seeds and organic farming in cities and also create green spaces from where people can get free food and fight food insecurity.
Learning to grow paradise from a seed Express Tribune
The most important one is that a love of nature is in every heart – all we need to do is make children realize that there is nothing more human than being close to nature. The other lesson was that a love of nature is contagious!
Pakistanis Taking to the Streets New York Times
It’s an unusual sight for a Sunday morning: a dozen Karachiites armed with brooms, rakes, sand and rubble crouch along a road on which none of them live or work in order to mend a large, sewage-filled pothole.
Gardening for mental health Express Tribune
After years of research, experts have determined that growing food, flowers and plants from scratch actually serves as a great form of therapy for people suffering from mental illnesses.