CEO busy saving the world with business teaching kids how to garden

CEO busy saving the world with business teaching kids how to garden

- Naa Adobea Torkornoo, a Ghanaian businesswoman, leads a team to teach kids, families and organisations about gardening and farming, which is helping save planet Earth

- Established since 2013, the enterprise has been delivering quality seedlings, seeds and other materials, as well as their consultation services to many clients

- Their work has become particularly crucial amid the Covid-19 outbreak as they now help families grow their own food at home with the smallest spaces available

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A businesswoman, Naa Adobea Torkornoo, has come up with an innovative way to teach children the art of gardening and farming.

Naa Adobea started the eco-friendly enterprise called Farmer Torks Greeneries in 2013, and has since been helping families, communities and organisations to set up gardens with a special focus on children.

Farmer Torks Greeneries not only teaches children the gist about farming and gardening, but it also helps save the earth and providing healthy feeding options to interested people.

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Meet Ghanaian CEO saving the world with her business of teaching kids to garden

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

In her own words, "We create an avenue for an outdoor hobby, as well as a bonding opportunity for friends and loved ones to enjoy gardening together to enhance healthy-eating."

Naa's business provides consultation services and training to anyone with an interest in farming or gardening while providing healthy seeds, seedlings and other materials needed to start gardens even in the smallest of spaces.

"With a team of trained and experienced staff, we make conscientious efforts in ensuring that all our clients get the best service needed to make your gardening experience a memorable one," Naa notes.

With the advent of the Covid-19 outbreak, Naa Adobea's enterprise has shifted focus to helping families grow foodstuffs at home to fence them against price hikes and unhealthy options.

Via their online platforms, and also, the group has been taking orders and safely delivering vegetable seedlings, assorted peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, coriander, garden eggs among other products.

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