Organo et school aims to provide education through experiential learning programs on various aspects of sustainability. So far, we’ve helped about 6500 students across 25+ schools and 3500 adults across 15 communities and 5 corporates. All our live workshops are highly engaging and based on do-it-yourself (DIY) format for varied interest groups.Register Now
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Our workshops are categorized based on the 7 strands of Sustainability or Sapthapatha. Sapthapatha represent Food, Water, Air, Earth, Energy, Shelter and People. Each strand is an integral part what Organo Et School embodies.List of Workshops Offered
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Microgreens are young vegetable greens that fall in a category between sprouts and baby leaf vegetables. They have a strong aromatic flavor and concentrated nutrient content and come in a variety of colors and textures.
A Guidebook to help you incorporate the macro benefits of microgreens into your lifestyle.
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Organo Et School (OES), invites the children of Organo Antharam for a Sunset Painting experience to paint a wall in their eco-habitat.
Organo Et School (OES) is happy to bring a very captivating program this summer “FOOD SENSE – Take your home cooking to the next level”. This is a 2 day program carried out for the residence of Organo Naandi with an aim to help individuals make healthier dietary choices.
Organo Et School (OES) is happy to launch a 5-day learning experience on mobile photography workshop for young learners.
Organo Et School is delighted to announce the launch of Internships for high school students who are studying in 9-12 grades and are focused on sustainability.
Give your old clothes a new lease of life with nature’s colours! Let’s welcome Spring by making natural dyes from our very own Organo Antharam. Bring your old garments to give them a new life all using natural dyes.
Do you want to introduce farming to your child? Do you want them to know where and how their food is grown? Do you have kids who are not afraid to get dirty, jump in and help, learn fast and work hard? Then, be sure to enroll them in the next “Kinder-gardeners” program at OES Children’s Farm,
Looking at the overwhelming response to the first Be a Farmer program of the year 2023, Organo Et School (OES) is all set for starting the 6th BAF program, The Spring batch-2.
In 30 days crop cycle, children (4-8 years) will learn to raise and nurture crops. They will grow 2 leafy green vegetables by natural farming method and they take home the leafys they grow.They will have sensorial learning from observing soil preparation, seeding, tending, weeding, plant health care, and harvesting.
For families to experience the pleasure of harvesting vegetables and bond together on a Sunday at the OES Children’s Farm Campus. A unique experience for the urban families, it sure promises to connect them to soil and nature.
In 60 days crop cycle, children (9-13 years) will learn to raise a few indian vegetables, by raising and nurturing crops and weather awareness. And they take home the vegetables they grow. They will have hands-on learning from soil preparation, seeding, mulching, weeding, plant health care, harvesting, plant maturity.
Grow and maintain your own kitchen garden ensuring an inexpensive, regular and handy supply of fresh vegetables that are basic to nutrition.
Develop a mindset of living with less. Being content with based on our everyday resource consumption and contribute to taking a big step towards sustainable living.
“Once segregation becomes a way of life, we can avert the biggest of the garbage crisis”. A workshop on how to manage daily household waste generated responsibly.