Organic Farming Workshop

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Discover the art of Organic farming through our 1 day program. Learn scientific way of growing veggies organically. Understand plant cycle, types of vegetables and fruits, get practical tips for your own kitchen garden and experience the difference between organic and synthetic foods. Make a healthy choice today.

Event Schedule

Date: 16th July 2017

Reporting time 8.00 am
8 to 9 am – Breakfast
Activity- 9 am to 10 am –Theory session- which will cover
Introduction to organic farming
What is cow based sustainable farming
How to make our own organic compost
How to enrich our soil
10 am to 12.30 – hands on experience
12.30 to 1 p.m- swimming or rest
1 p.m to 2 p.m- lunch break
2 p.m to 3 p.m- theory session
How to plan your crop pattern
Introduction to bio-dynamic farming
How to make different fertilizer, growth promoter, organic pesticides
Important of indigenous seeds and how to save seed
Different seed sowing techniques

3 p.m to 5 p.m – hands on experience
5 p.m to 6 p.m – Go-seva(gosala visit),farm visit
6 to 6.30 – Yamuna arti (optional)

Terms and Conditions

  1. Those seeking to end the overnight stay/day visit/camp early may do so, without any discounts, returns, etc. from GEV.
  2. No product(s) made of/or containing – meat, fish, or eggs is allowed in GEV premises.
  3. Smoking or chewing of paan, tobacco, gutka, etc. is prohibited.
  4. Consuming or having in possession alcoholic beverages while on GEV is prohibited.
  5. GEV has a no littering policy. The claim of littering rests solely on authority of GEV. A penalty of Rs.500/- may be imposed.
  6. All meals are vegetarian (no onion, garlic, mushrooms or meat served). Special requests (Jain/Vegan) or Diet restrictions has to be intimated in advance. GEV is not obligated to fulfil all requests.
  7. Please dress respectfully (no tank-tops, short, tight or revealing clothing, etc.). Guests may choose to opt for Indian styled clothing like kurta, long pants or dhoti (for men) and saris, punjabi suits, gopi dress and long skirts (for women).
  8. Vehicle movement inside GEV is prohibited. Guests are requested to travel light and be prepared to carry their luggage from the parking area to their rooms (approx. 1km). If your group consists of kids, senior citizens or physically challenged please ensure their well-being. GEV is not obligated to provide any conveyances.
  9. Please carry necessary items as per season like rain coats, umbrellas, warm clothes, torchlight and batteries, personal water bottles to fill and carry around, swimming costumes, any specific medicines needed.
  10. Be conscious and respectful to other guests, staff members and facilities at GEV. Don’t make a scene, loud noises or any action that disrupts the serenity at GEV.
  11. GEV reserves the right to deny entrance or cancel bookings (even while on going – with appropriate compensation) upon the breach of any of these T&C.

Register

Registration Form

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Our Organisation

Govardhan Ecovillage is a non-profit initiative founded by H.H. Radhanath Swami, a teacher of bhakti-yoga for over 40 years, and student of His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, founder-acharya of the International Society for Krishna consciousness.

Govardhan Ecovillage Galtare, Hamrapur (P.O),
Wada (Taluka), Palghar (District) – 421303, Maharashtra, India
contactus@ecovillage.org.in (+91) 916-720-4666 (9AM–6PM).

Testimonials

Our team from Bajaj Electricals visited GEV with the intent to contribute by planting trees and we returned with the gifts of learning how to remain humble, provide selfless service, contribute back to the environment. This interdependence needs to be cherished and celebrated. May we continue to partner with GEV for creating an enriching and sustainable society.
Mr. Atul Sharma (Executive President & Head - Human Resources

Eco Partners

Serve cows BIOME
Lifelink BAIF
acwadam ARTI

CSR Partners