Culture & Arts

Rooftop farming is here to stay

Ever-increasing land prices and dubious quality of vegetables have made many in the Valley convert their rooftops to urban farms.Rooftop farming is here to stay
Asta Maya Dangol (pictured) started rooftop farming in the midst of last year’s lockdown. She now grows a variety of fruits, herbs, and vegetables.  Beeju Maharjan/TKP
Pinki Sris Rana
Published at : October 6, 2021
Updated at : October 6, 2021 19:49

Pinki Sris Rana

Pinki Sris Rana is a Culture and Arts reporter at the Kathmandu Post.