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Phu Yen Ethnic Minority Boarding School- Where Sandy becomes Green

Green sprouts do not appear on their own and do not go away on their own. It just moves from place to place. Keeping that mindset with the belief “Waste is a resource”, teachers and students of the Phu Yen Ethnic Minority Boarding School with the companionship of GreenHub have implemented the model of recycling organic waste into compost.

After a period of implementation, the green has spread from the soil, trees to the people as a powerful and proud announcement of the results achieved.

The sandy soil becomes more fertile and nutritious thanks to the application of compost. Compost not only makes the fertilized soil fertile, but also “spreads” nutrients to neighboring areas. The products grown and harvested in this area are purchased by the teachers and have received many compliments for their sweetness compared to the products sold in the market. 

FAs for the one-time plastic products that are not collected for recycling, the students decided to use them as pretty little pots to grow vegetables, flowers, etc. 

The green color of flowers and fruits in the garden has created more joy and excitement for teachers and students, creating motivation to take care of and water the garden whenever there is time to make the garden more and more fresh.