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Indian tribe revives heirloom seeds for health and climate security
“The soil is us. We live in these hills as one entity, and that is most important.”
New and Useful from the Old and Useless
The weavers use about 5 kilos of the fabric extracted from old clothes to create a bedcover or other article
Meet Taukeer Alam, the school dropout who has become one of Uttarakhand’s top birders
He handles field equipment with ease, enters field data in computer, analyses video footage of woodpeckers, initiates nature clubs in villages...
Reviving Naulas, The Ancient Water Temples Of The Kumaon Himalayas
Naulas are fine examples of dry-masonry, stone architecture as well as the art and science of water purification
Bhimshankar village makes the most of nature’s trail
While promoting ecotourism, the villagers try to maintain a balance between conservation, livelihood and convenience
A Kerala Botanist's Affair With an Unlikely 17th Century Book
Of all the plants of Malabar, what is it that “if applied on the left toe improves the clarity of vision in the right eye”?
A new Chipko in Odisha
"We, the women of Balarampur, are determined not to let anybody touch our trees" says Chaturi Sahu of Balarampur village, Dhenkanal
Kerala agriculture minister: Organic and natural farming will give farmers self reliance and climate resilience
To strengthen the ability of farmers to be self-reliant with traditional technologies and better seeds.
Camel milk is gaining popularity. Could it be an alternative for dairy market?
The dairy cooperatives in Gujarat collect 10,000 litres of camel milk per week from the Kachchh district.