Through "Bring Back My Farm" the promoters want to continue with our Grand Parents’ vision by bringing back those greens back into the city where they own small parcels of land instead of constructing big concrete jungles. We want to practice healthy crop rotation, encourage rain water harvesting, efficiently using local water sources and carefully selecting produce varieties that grow well and taste great.
We hope that “Our Farms” will become your Green Garden. Lets make food that tastes great and is good for all.
We grow our food locally just outside the city limits on various land parcels in different cities. Picked fresh and to your table quickly. No cross continent truck ride for our veggies! You won’t believe how good really fresh veggies can taste. Minimally packaged. Ethically grown.
Eengapuzha is a small town, approximately around 40 KM by road from Kozhikode City. People’s main source of income is from agriculture and animal rearing. Mostly rubber, paddy, coconut, and arecanut are cultivated here. The town is surrounded by mountains, valleys, rivers and waterfalls. Our farm is situated near the Kakkavayal Hills and Eengapuzha river. The famous Thusharagiri Falls and Aripara Falls are located in the same Panchayat as Eengapuzha and Lakkidi in Wynad is just 20 Kilometers from Eengapuzha.
Our Farm is located in Panamaram Village in Wayand District. It is located 16 KM towards North from District head quarters Kalpetta. This parcel of land is right next to beautiful paddy fields. The Panamaram river, a tributary of the Kabani River flows by the side of this farm. Panamaram has great significance in the history of Indian freedom struggle as it witnessed one of the first freedom struggle in South India.
This farm is located in Beypore or Beypur, an ancient port town and a locality town in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India. There is a marina and a beach while Beypore port is one of the oldest ports in Kerala, which historically traded with the Middle East. Beypore is noted for building wooden ships, known as dhows or urus in the Malayalam language. These ships were usually bought by Arab merchants for trading and fishing but are now used as tourist ships. According to Captain Iwata, founder member of the Association of Sumerian ships in Japan, Sumerian ships might have been built in Beypore. There is evidence to prove that Beypore had direct trade links with Mesopotamia and was a prominent link on the maritime silk route.