CHENNAI: Helming the notion to inculcate urban farming in the city, Navin’s, unveiled on Friday a week-long green initiative - Navin’s kitchen garden.
Distributing over 2,000 fresh and organic vegetable plants across the Medavakkam community. Starting from September 9, this initiative falls in line with the launch of Navin’s Starwood Towers 3.0, a residential community in Chennai.
Presenting a wide variety of plants, including tomato, coriander, curry leaves, greens, mint, tulsi, beans, eggplants, among others, the distinctive enterprise seeks to fortify sustainability, and increase people’s engagement with the environment, besides reducing carbon emissions.
R Kumar, founder, CMD, Navin’s said, “Our kitchen garden is yet another initiative to promote wellness in the right sense. Being the IGBC green champions and steering the many firsts of green living in the realty sector from setting up EV stations, recycling units, solar panels, limiting use of natural resources in construction strategies, among many others, we have worked towards eco-friendly lifestyles.”