An activity-filled organic farming kit shows children how their food journeys from the farm to table
A farming kit for children? I am doubtful when I hear about it. But my four-year-old daughter’s response changes my mind. She grabs the blue-and-orange box (with a cute illustration of Maggi, the little farmer mascot on the cover) from me and examines the light box with images of potted plants and greenery, and sits down to unpack. There are some pamphlets, a pouch with seeds of native greens, and a thick plastic bag that contains a coco peat brick. This is the farming kit introduced by Faiz Yousuff, especially for children aged three plus. He calls his company Little Farmer.