Sarkar School, Taiwan
The Sarkar School held an outdoor learning program November 7-11, 2005 named “Trace the Saint”. They went mountain hiking and climbing. One day the students and teachers walked 15km. It was a wonderful experience for all, providing an opportunity for deep introspection.
At school, we planted pineapple plants at the edge of the hill for soil conservation. The idea came from the Shrii P. R. Sarkar’s book, Ideal Farming. The faculty and students wrote an article about the pineapple. We called the pineapple “The Hero of the Hill Edge”.The school undertook researching using the sun’s energy for cooking and utilized the alternative method for cooking rice.