At least 200 employees from Woolworths' Employee Community Involvement Programme worked with learners at ten schools' permaculture food gardens on World Food Day, 16 October 2017. Groups of 20 volunteers worked side by side with learners and educators to dig new beds, mulch, compost, plant and water.
Woolworths partnered with the EduPlant Programme over 12 years ago and has been the main funder of the programme in an effort to improve food security in vulnerable communities. EduPlant, initiated and managed by Food & Trees for Africa, provides free workshops for educators to learn permaculture skills.
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