Can Andhra Pradesh’s ambitious plan to stop the use of chemicals in farms succeed?
Natural farming has improved yields in some areas but scaling it up to cover the entire state requires Rs 17,000 crore.
Smart Water Management
The Centre needs to incentivise and facilitate state governments to move towards participatory irrigation management
Malkha: The Freedom Fabric
Malkha is rooted in scaling up sustainable, ecologically friendly formats of processing cotton and yarn and seeks the ultimate goal of linking prod...
Tribal farmer plugs into the sun
Munuswamy of Uranduru village, Chittoor (Andhra Pradesh), is the first to get a solar-powered farm connection in A.P.
A one-stop Store for Millets
An assortment of great millet, finger millet, sorghum, ragi, korra, and a host of other coarse grains are now available for the health conscious. G...
Our Local Santha (Farmers' Market)
This is the story of how a local farmers' market was born in an arid corner of Rayalseema...
Weaving a revolution, one piece at a time
The malkha process explores an alternative to the present situation where both farmers and weavers are dependent on spinning mills, a way in which ...
The key to the handloom crisis
By placing all components of textile production in the hands of weavers and artisans, the Malkha intervention seeks to make them autonomous owners ...
Torch bearers for millet seed security
While agriculture in other parts of the country was in doldrums, the sangham farmers were completely self-reliant re. food, seeds and farming.