Kerala man distributes 10,000 mud pots worth Rs 6 lakh for free to give birds water

On a mission to distribute 10,000 earthen pots for free to people willing to provide water for hapless birds reeling under the scorching heat.

From This Wounded Forest: A Dispatch

... I’m preparing myself to dismantle the machine, and the system that supports it, before it devours the planet, my home.

Ping! Elephants ahead: reducing human-elephant conflict, one SMS at a time

Forest authorities registered over 35,000 mobile numbers for the pre-warning SMS alert system, apart from several local WhatsApp groups.

Seed guardians of Banswara revive traditional varieties

Preserving traditional seeds is intrinsically linked to food security and livelihoods of families of farming communities.

Course helps Gadchiroli tribals know their forest rights — and win a diploma

Learning how to measure their land, mark boundaries, draw up lists of forest produce and plan secure livelihoods based on these.

There are Sarus cranes in my paddy field: changing community perceptions to conserve an endangered bird

"... Farmers allow Sarus cranes to feed and breed in their fields, even though this causes some crop damage,”

Will citizen technology rescue Bengaluru’s lakes in 2019?

The kit includes instructions to test water for nitrate, phosphate, chlorophyll, dissolved oxygen and fluoride content, using the reagents provided.

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”?

Two museums in Mandya are saving native paddy grains from extinction

What rice varieties have a low cost of cultivation, no patents, and comparatively lower water consumption levels?

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