Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/2nd-Year-of--We-Grow--Project-in-Bangkok-27MZIFJXD623Q.htmlConceptually similar2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18TCompleted★★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18MCompleted★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18OCompleted★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18WCompleted★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18KCompleted★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18LCompleted★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18JCompleted★★★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18NCompleted★★★★2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGP0STR18SCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STR18V2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokA student of Vanessa Rangsit school gets an introduction to sustainable farming, and has fun along the way.The school activity is part of the WeGrow campaign, organized by Greenpeace, with the aim of cultivating an ecological consciousness among students, encouraging them to produce safe food for themselves through sustainable farming. The Vanessa Rangsit school has now set aside Thursdays to be Meat-Free Day.Locations:Bangkok-Southeast Asia-ThailandDate:10 Aug, 2017Credit:© Roengchai Kongmuang / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3800px X 2533pxRestrictions:No FundraisingKeywords:Children-Crops-Day-Ecological farming-Education-Farms-Food-Food for Life (campaign title)-Girls-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Planting-Primary school age (5-9)-Schools-Students-Sustainable agriculture-Urban areasShoot:2nd Year of 'We Grow' Project in BangkokGreenpeace Southeast Asia and Vanessa Rangsit School collaborate for the second phase of the project entitled "We Grow: Kids growing their own food." The goal of the project is to promote gardening among children as a way to build a healthy, safe and more sustainable food system based on ecological agriculture. One of the main activities is to harvest and mantain an ecological kitchen garden, where students will learn how to grow their own food and benefit from ecological agriculture. Ecological agriculture enables communities to produce enough food to feed themselves. This form of agriculture fosters a future of healthy farming and food to all people, as opposed to industrial agriculture that uses expensive farm chemicals and rely on companies that supply both the seeds and the chemical technology.