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The abandonment of agriculture in Puerto Rico has made Puerto Ricans dependent for the most part on foreign businesses for the purchase of food. This has created a separation of the rural culture that previously sustained Puerto Rico and a loss of knowledge in the population on how to grow food products. How can we teach about the rural lifestyle in the homes in Puerto Rico?
KaiBox it's a 6"x6" box that present the vegetables that kids are going to grow by having the leave of the box with the same color of the vegetable (ex. Orange = carrots, green = lettuce and brown = potatoes).
To domestic places a product that makes the wat of learning about agriculture more entertrain, accessible and fun. Using DIY method.
Create more interest about agriculture, as well as taking care of the veggies that are growing in the household.
Educate children and adults about which products are the best to grow depending on the season.
Information in the product about how to sow and compost.
Biodegradable bags with soil for pots.
KaiBox represent the vegetables that kids are going to grow by having the leave of the box with the same color of the vegetable (ex. Orange = carrots, green = lettuce and brown = potatoes).