We encourage people to slow down, to heal their tired selves and live with a constant harvest of joy and balance; Super Farmers of Life. 

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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

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Kokedama Workshop

Create your own ‘kokedama’, literally translated as Moss Ball (koke = moss, dama = ball) in this calming workshop by Super Farmers. Learn the art of making and caring for a kokedama, where a plant is suspended from just a string or placed on a plating vessel, with its roots sustained in a ball of moss that provides it with moisture without a pot.

From mixing the soil to sculpting your own moss ball, master the key to balance and simplicity in nature.

Date: 17 Nov 2017 (Fri)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Venue: B1 Atrium @Parkway Parade 

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Noodle Making Workshop

A Different Kind Of Tuition is back! This time, your child will be paired with the elders at Ling Kwang Home for a cozy cooking session. From pounding their own herbs to mixing it into their dough and stringing it into noodles, your child will not only learn about the hard work that goes behind nutritious food, but also patience and other virtues that goes into interacting with the elderly folks. Experience a different kind of tuition that teaches what is beyond academics with Super Farmers! 

Date: 18 Nov 2017 (Sat)
Time: 9.30am to 11am
Venue: Ling Kwang Home for Senior Citizens (156 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 556055)

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Urban Farming for Happiness Workshop

Our Urban Farming workshop will introduce participants to the concept of Urban Farming; its technical aspects and its importance to our physical and mental health. Participants will learn to reimagine leftover spaces in their homes, offices and search for opportunities to grow their very own ‘mini farms’ in these environments.
Eat what you have grown! 

This workshop is part of the event held at the Inspiration Market, organized by DesignSingapore Council and curated by Shophouse & Co.

Date: 2 December 2017 (Sat)
Time: 1pm to 3pm 
Venue: Inspiration Market, National Design Centre
(111 Middle Rd, Singapore 188969)

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Testimonials

We worked with Super Farmers on a unique Farm-to-Table experience featuring our 2 Eat List Star contestants, Tim Ong and Charlotte Drouas. Prior to the event, we worked closely with Super Farmers to grow the ingredients needed for our healthy recipes. On the event day, Cynthea held a fun, informative workshop to teach our participants how to grow their own greens, while Tim and Charlotte took over with the recipes after that. Cynthea is a natural (pun intended!) when it came to imparting her knowledge about plants and vegetables, her love for nature is simply infectious!

Amber Lim, Lead, Foodies MediaCorp Pte Ltd

My daughter and I really enjoyed the Super Farmers' workshop. First of all, I enjoyed Cynthea's positive energy, her philosophy on life and her passion about plants. We learnt a great deal about not just gardening and farming, but also the values that these activities brought us. If possible, I'd love to attend every single one of her workshops and learn from this supermom again. Thank you for having us Super Farmers!

Alicia Ong, Parent , CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' School

Super Farmers was an excellent partner who delivered the Urban Farming workshop for our students professionally and with a lot of heart. Cynthea has an excellent rapport with students because of her candid demeanour and our student participants loved her! 
Cynthea has a naturally engaging persona and our participants were so inspired by her stories during the workshop that they even adapted her ideas and recipe for their trip showcase for the Food for Futures course. It was heartening to see the participants take away new skills and recipes from Superfarmers to educate their peers about urban farming and food security issues. We would definitely love to collaborate again in the future to educate youth and nurture a socially conscious generation who are mindful about what they eat and where food comes from.

Phua Huijia, Owner, SkillSeed

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