This workshop is aimed at introducing participants to the ancient art of paper making. Participants will be instructed on how to prepare plant fibers, make pulp, form sheets, etc. and will try their hands at different stages of the paper making process.
The life of urban trees is not all corporate offices and skyline views: it's a life of stress and struggle. Auroville Green Practices and TreeCare offer you a series of webinars designed to give you an insight into the biology, importance, and struggle of urban trees, and equip you with knowledge from professional educators in the field.
The modules in this workshop will empower you to grow your own food; urban gardening, circle garden with enormous social implications, a larger field module for those starting their own farms. We will explore soil, seeds, local foods, medicinal plants, recycling water, enzyme, hand soaps and the importance of celebration in permaculture.
This workshop is aimed at introducing participants to the ancient art of paper making. Participants will be instructed on how to form sheets and will try their hands at different stages of the paper making process. This workshop is a learning experience and a creative one for people who like to experiment in a state of calm and sense of well being
Earth and bamboo are two materials which have been used together for a wide range of traditional construction techniques in Southeast Asia. They are locally abundant, affordable and with a very low carbon footprint. They are known to be materials of the people. They can be used for crude self-construction or can be engineered with high precision.
Manage Your Waste workshop is developed by Auroville Consulting by partnering with experts with a profound knowledge of waste management from Auroville, and shared with the outside world. During the 3-day workshop participants will experience various types and methods of waste management, and sustainable waste reduction in Auroville.
This 3 day Workshop focuses on building with cost efficient, environment-friendly and sustainable building materials, especially appropriate for our climate with the world’s oldest and widely used building material -mud,locally available and reclaimed materials followed by interactive sessions and site visits