We are excited to host Ms Archana Stalin for SG Women's Month, a social entrepreneur and an engineer-turned-farmer. She is the Founder of myHarvest Farms, a farm-to-home platform which enables Indian farmers to grow and sell organic produce,
About this event
We are happy to host Ms Archana Stalin for the SG Women's Month, 2023, founder of myHarvest Farms, a social entrepreneur & an engineer-turned-farmer.
Agriculture is the world's largest industry. It employs more than one billion people. When agricultural operations are sustainably managed, they can preserve and restore critical habitats, Similarly, Organic Farming apart from enabling healthy food also has a significant role in sustainable farming.
Above all, Community Farming is one of the best practices of how farming brings together marginal and small farmers, helps augment their livelihood and creates food security.
Archana Stalin, Founder myHarvest Farms with rich experience in this domain will share her experience of her journey in building a successful community farming model that enables marginal and small farmers to grow and sell organic produce, helping to improve their livelihoods and also following climate resilient practices. Since 2018, through myHarvest Farms Archana has positively impacted the livelihoods of over 200 farmers and enabled over 6000 families to taste real food that's absolutely chemical-free. Archana’s vision is to make safe food possible for all.
Join us and hear on the increasing need of community farming, sustainable agriculture practice and organic farming