They began with the need for self-fulfillment, and ends up passing on their knowledge about taking care of the environment. Four young women successfully build an education program, using resources available around them.
DOZENS of container baskets filled with vegetables seedlings lined up on shelves. Tomatoes, lemongrass, okra, red chili, and eggplant sprouted from black soil plots with walls made of glass bottles. Pots of lettuces hung from a garden wall with vines, and the scent of warm rosella tea filled the air. “Every day, we can enjoy vegetables produced by the garden,” Siti Soraya Cassandra (31) said on Tuesday, April 21.