The Learning Farm is committed to improve our success and impact ​by constantly ​monitoring our alumni and their ​activities​. Completely ​supported by ​ Aviva, The Learning Farm held its ​National Alumni Gathering on 21-23 March 2014.

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We are thrilled that another cycle has started and we all welcome the students of Batch 19. Almost 40 lucky young men and women has joined our Basic Program from 7thApril to 17th July 2014. There are also 5 students from previous cycle who continue their learning on the Advanced Program. This cycle is a special cycle as we have representative students from Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, NTT, Halmahera and Papua.

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The Learning Farm develops vulnerable Indonesian youth by using organic farming as our main teaching media. Teaching them does not have to be only done within the farm but we keep trying to equip our students with other useful life skills and often get help with this from our kind supporters.

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The Learning Farm is committed to improve our success and impact ​by constantly ​monitoring our alumni and their ​activities​. Completely ​supported by ​ Aviva, The Learning Farm held its ​National Alumni Gathering on 21-23 March 2014.

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The Learning Farm is committed to empower vulnerable youth through a series of learning opportunities. This is not only in organic farming, but also learning other basic life skills which are mostly delivered by volunteers. These life skills are identified in our Three-Pillars Curriculum, namely Applied Technology, Communication, and Healthy Body/ Healthy Mind.

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Want to learn the basics of Organic Gardening?

On the weekend 10-11 May 2014, you are invited to join The Learning Farm’s popular weekend crash course on how to grow healthy vegetables in your backyard by making your own Organic Edible Backyard.

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