Organo Et School's feature in The Organic Magazine

Meena Murugappan
July 20, 2021

Great News! We were contacted by The Organic Magazine as they wanted to do an article about us on why we do what we do and what workshops we offer for schools, communities and corporates.

We have admired The Organic Magazine, as they consistently showcase all things green and planet-friendly.  
A big Thank You to the amazing team behind The Organic Magazine for what you do and for letting us tell our story.  

Here’s a snippet of our feature in The Organic Magazine:

"As an organisation, Organo Et School’s purpose is “Nurturing a learning environment for all stakeholders where inclusive holistic eco-living is celebrated”. In an exclusive interview with The Organic Magazine, Shilpi Shukla, Program Lead, shares how Organo Et School is designed to offer experiential learning on sustainability to students, communities and corporates, and why Education on Sustainability is the need of the hour.

What was the vision and inspiration behind setting up Organo Et School? When was it set up?

We recognize that for any positive impact to be sustainable, it has to be long-term and inter-generational. Organo Et School strives to create an apt learning environment that will support and empower families as well as individuals to embrace sustainable living mindsets and habits.

Organo Et School is a learning initiative set up by Organo in 2017 and has been facilitating fields visits and workshops for Schools and Interest Groups. Organo Et School has had over 25+ schools, 6000+ students and 2500+ adults participate over the last 4 years.

What are the activities Organo Et School is organizing? What kind of workshops do you conduct? 

We are on an endeavor to spread awareness, action and innovation on sustainability for children and adults. It gives a place to witness and learn from real world examples. Our workshops are categorized based on the 7 strands;

  1. Safe Food
  1. Fresh Air
  1. Earth & Waste Management
  1. Energy Conversation
  1. Water Conservation
  1. People/Lifestyle
  1. Shelter
  1. Social Impact

How will these benefit people? How many participate?

Participants learn various tools, methods, habits and information to adopt an earth-friendly lifestyle. This is done through experiential learning methods that help them to connect and be a part of nature, to grow their own food, by inspiring them to look for sustainable sources of energy, contributing to the holistic well-being of the eco-system, and by become life-long learners of sustainability living practices.”

Everyone, hop over here to read “our” article ( and do check out their LinkedIn ( and website ( , you’ll definitely be inspired.

Also, to be a part of our sustainable journey, mail us at or call us at 9154100775.

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