Earth Guardians India News



Earth Guardians’ India Crew has been mobilizing hundreds of youth to work on enacting real change. From planting roof top gardens to planting 500 seedlings in their urban neighborhoods, they are working on the front lines to improve their living conditions and engaging youth.

  • To promote mutual understanding between young people in different countries

  • To give basic knowledge on urban, roof top and organic gardening

  • To promote young people’s active citizenship, through the renovation of a public Green area/and urban garden developed by City Farmers Association and local municipality, schools etc.

  • To develop intercultural understanding among different cultures.

  • To provide on the spot training of youth on land levelling, organic manure preparation, seedling, waste recycling etc.

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