A gardening blog that transformed into three organizations.
We have come a long way since Zahra Ali started her blog, Crops in Pots, back in 2008.
The Learning Garden
Explore how our eco-literacy program is transforming school grounds into organic farms. Thousands of children are growing their own self sustaining farms around the city. Join our journey.Learn more
The Learning Garden
Children grow self sustaining organic school farms, learn about local ecology, and discover their impact as global citizens, during a course of one year.
Organic Farming, Educating, and Learning
In the past 12 years, I have had some most memorable days with my wonderful community in the garden. I had a chance to travel, work with diverse cultures, make friends and learn so much!
Our Eco- Footprint
Trying to leave a green impact on this beautiful blue planet.
Partners & Sponsors
School Farms Setup
Young Farmers Educated
Native Trees Planted
Looking for heirloom seeds, freebies, a bag of compost or some organic goodies ? Explore our hand picked selection of unique green products.
"I had an opportunity to work with Zahra during Karachi Biennale 2017. During this time she was invaluable in designing the Educational Program. She was also a part of the Teachers Workshop. She contributed beyond her role and was instrumental in the success of the spice garden. I have found her to be a person who is self-driver and who takes an initiative. "
Head of Education Program- Karachi Biennale
"I have known Zahra both personally and professionally, for over a decade. Her keen interest in the environment and her share in improving the ecosystem is highly commendable I have seen very few people who pick up a problem, find a solution and create a market for it. With Startups like Crops in Pots Learning Garden and Organic City, she has a done exactly that."
COO Genetech Solution, Founder Code Girls
"Without any qualms, Zahra is outstanding to implement the pragmatic knowledge of sustainability in Pakistan. She is a quality instructor with solid ground of indigenous knowledge and would become an asset for any organization."
Dr Jameel Kazmi
Meritorious Professor, Department of Geography, University of Karachi
"Zahra worked on USaid funded project, ‘Sustainable Sultanabad’ with Shehri in 2014. We found her to be an excellent teacher, communicator, and community mobilizer. She was able to gain the trust of the community and train and guide them well in achieving the project objectives. She also produced extremely relatable learning air for the school children and the community. "
Director Sustainable Initiatives and Project Manager Shehri
Crops in Pots : blog
Find inspiration, free growing guides, harvest storage tips, recipes from the garden and much more on my Crops in Pots blog.
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