UGANDA SCHOOL TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION .
Students are taught how to collect seeds of indigenous trees, how to professionally prepare them for germination, then how to make environmentally friendly pots, how to set up economically viable tree nurseries, how to transfer seedlings from beds to pots and how to transfer the seedlings to their final garden. In this program we have an indigenous tree planting campaign, to combat species extinction and offset carbon emissions to reduce on global warming.
We grow our plants using sustainable practices
Healthy plants have amazing natural defenses against pests and disease. We rarely, if ever have an issue and if something happens we use organic pesticides and manure.
We shall teach the club members to make organic fertilizers. At TECC, we firmly believe in organic fertilization but container culture is a whole different culture. We do what we can with organics but we do supplement with synthetic fertilizers.
We will create an awareness campaign to have a refuse management program. We have too much waste here at the school and it can be reduced by composting some of it. We will be collecting compostable scraps from the culinary class and cafeteria kitchen using a compost containers, compost the materials and then package them for sale to staff and parents and then use those funds to make the operation grow into something larger or branch out into another area of waste management such as recycling.