Krishna’s Growers

Krishna’s Growers
If you grow something in your flower box, garden, allotment or others land this is a day of collective inspiration. To meet others who grow. To share ideas and stories. Some have termed it urban farming. To work with nature to produce food, or flowers, or honey from others flowers, or herbs, mother nature is bountiful. This is a day event. We will have practical presentations, and a chance to share what you do. Our global minister, Kalakantha, will join us and he will share his insights.

This is the first event of its kind at the manor. We hope you will join us for this day.

Day schedule:

Am – Presentations, discussions and experiences.

Pm – Tour of manor growing sites for flowers, vegetables and bees.

Teacher Profile:

Since 2015, Kalakantha Das has been the GBC Minister of Cow Protection and Agriculture. Born in Brazil from a family of farmers and agriculture professors, son of a Cambridge PHD professor and researcher, he has worked and visited almost all ISKCON farm communities in the last 27 years and holds a degree in agriculture. Kalakantha das believes in the power of producing food. He is building an educational program around abundant Krishna conscious living with cow protection and regenerative agriculture and currently runs the ISKCON Continental Farm Conferences Cycle, with the help of vibrant continental networks. These networks of representatives are already established in Europe, North and South America, Russia, Ukraine, India and are expanding. He is based in Sri Dham Mayapur, India.

We look forward to seeing you.

Provision of course material:

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Date7th Sep
Duration1 sessions (Saturday)
Time9.30am – 5.30pm
Event Fee£10
ModeOnsite only
TeacherKalakantha Das and Team

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