Tula: A Return to India’s Regenerative Cotton Roots

Tula has a policy of not exporting their fabric or clothing, despite many requests.

Revival of desi (indigenous) a 'sine qua non' for sustainable agriculture in India

Breeders have achieved great success in improving the staple length of desi cotton

"MY REBUTTAL TO PESTICIDE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION CCFI’S ADVERTORIAL IN BUSINESS STANDARD ON JULY 29TH 2020"

Crop Care Federation of India, an NGO of the pesticides industry, is essentially scared of democratic citizen action and post-modern science

Reviving the Trinjan

An effort to empower rural women and reimagine their agency through revival of art and craft of weaving in Punjab

“We Fought For The Right to Our Land and Forests with a Handful of Rice”: An Interview with Anna Kujur

We went from village to village to create awareness among the people to enable them to assert their rights over their land and forest.

Ecosystems-based adaptation keeps water running in Bhojdari even in dry months

Besides the supply side augmentation factors of water management, equitable distribution and use prioritisation are also important.

Nutrition gardens help students learn better and eat better

The students come up with solutions and innovations to maintain the garden in a sustainable manner.

How millet farming empowers women

The Millet Sisters Network trains women across the country in organic farming by using vermicompost, farm manure and cow products.

How Many Farmer Producer Companies Are There in India?

It is imperative to understand exactly how many producer companies there are.

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