Five youngsters from the city are changing the concept of traditional farming
In 2013, five young men who graduated from Loyola College with management degrees and placements, parted ways to get on with their lives. Little did they know that two years down the line, they would reunite for a venture that would change the city, the country and the world.
The five men, Kern Agrawal, Kenneth Lowe, Karan Maheshwary, Ashwin Kurisinkal and Mathews Cherickal, collectively known as The Urban Farmers, came up with the idea of farming within the city as a business plan for their course..............Read more
Source: The Hindu