Healthcare & Disabilities


Creation of an agricultural production school at Magny-les-Hameaux
Ferme Ecole Graines d’Avenir

Sponsors: Bouygues Travaux Publics

Created in 2020, the Ferme Ecole Graines d’Avenir project aims to train youths to be market gardeners, and to prepare them in 3 years for the market gardener vocational certification and the professional title of horticultural production worker. It also plans on providing a favourable ecosystem for them to develop their talents.

The training is provided in a unique setting, at a teaching farm which combines agroecology and innovative teaching (under the “vocational schools’ label”).

To launch production in Spring 2021, the school must renovate the entire 3,840 m2 of cold greenhouses on site.

Terre Plurielle is contributing to the acquisition of covers and of the necessary supplies to set up all of the equipment.

This project is part of the: Education
Country: France – Magny-les-Hameaux
Terre Plurielle’s contribution: €18.000