The Bhoomi Campus has been designed as a space for learning through living as a community. Located in Chikkanaikanhalli, it is a beautiful space spread over 4 acres, with an organic garden to provide most of the vegetables used here. Students, faculty and guests are invited to join in the activities in the garden and kitchen at least for an hour every day.
Most buildings are built with stabilized mud blocks and tiled roofs or 'filler' roofs which use less concrete. Composting, using organic soaps and cleaning materials are a way of life. Nearly 90% of the electrical usage (lighting, fans etc) is met through solar powered buildings. Rainwater harvesting and black water recycling help minimize our water print.
This campus has over 200 species of trees, about 50 species of butterflies and more than 75 species of birds.
"When we connect with a place and its human and natural communities, we are much more likely to be contented and cheerful… and take responsibility to look after our little portion of Mother Earth."
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Institutions that wish to make use of the space for your programmes or activities that focus on sustainable living or nature conservation can approach us.