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We provide workshops, talks, learning journeys, and longer-term collaborative programs. These can be conducted for students, educators, or the school's supporting staff. 



Ever wondered how the food you eat came to be on your plate? Or how we can make different choices in a world with climate, biodiversity, food and mental health crises? What does the word 'sustainability' mean to you?


Held in the school hall or in the classroom, we bring ground-up insights and tips by sustainability practitioners so that you can connect the dots and make informed choices and actions.

Examples of topics:

  • Insights into Singapore's food sustainability landscape

  • Composting: moving away from a waste management mindset

  • Gardening with nature

  • Connections between soil, biodiversity and us

  • Edibles of our streets and gardens

  • Fermented food

  • Food waste conundrum

  • Regenerating the city

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Workshops are conducted by seasoned practitioners who love and practise what they teach. Workshops can be anything between 45 min and 2 hours, or conducted over multiple days. The workshops are conducted by practitioners who share insights on experiences or people that your students might otherwise not encounter, and share tips on ways to build and sustain new habits.

Most people learn best by doing. To get everyone on the same page, we start with theory, which includes global knowledge and actionable tips on how to apply them locally. The hands-on segment is guided by practitioners who can guide you to start a new habit and reassure you that you are on the right track.

Examples of topics:

  • Aerobic composting (Homes)

  • Aerobic composting (Community garden)

  • Bokashi composting

  • Make your own bioactive compost

  • Nature-based gardening practices

  • Edibles in our streets and gardens

  • Using food scraps to make craft

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