Refresh, Rejuvenate and Conserve Water

Soil and Soul brings to you a unique workshop on water that will cover two different challenges we are facing globally:

– Understand the natural water cycle and its interconnectedness with our food
– Various steps to inculcate as our lifestyle and to contribute back to earth’s regeneration cycle
– Entire water healing & dynamisation process  based on our experiential learning
– Various practical methods to implement in water conservation
– Screening of a Film
– Explore sustainable lifestyle choices we have in our lives
– DIY – Making your own Natural Alternatives for Mr. Muscle, Harpic, Fabic Conditioner, Vessel Cleaner, Shampoo, Detergent
– The world of Bio-Enzymes
– Water Dynamisation as water purification
 
The workshop is on Saturday, 17th January 2015 at 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Rain Water Harvesting Theme Park in Jayanagar 5th Block, Bangalore.
 
For the DIY workshop, you will need to bring the following:
– one 2 ltr empty plastic bottle
– two 1/2 ltrs empty bottles
– 300 gms of citrus peels (sweet lime / orange / lemon – any or even all mixed)
– 100 gms of jaggery
 
Prior registration for the event is a must. More details are in the poster below. See the Facebook link here.

 

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