We are what we eat!

“The uncultivated food plants are voluntary plants. The rural poor who understand their benefits the best refuse to call them 'weeds'”

Diversified Farming

... to practise organic farming to rejuvenate the land and to work on gender issues in agriculture.

Of kamranga and kachnar: vanishing flavors and shrinking food basket

"We all relished a preparation of ambadi mixed with chickpea dough and garnished with garlic, to be eaten with jowar bhakri."

These consumers are funding farmers to make food sustainable

(Many consumers give) direct monetary support to farmers who have been practising traditional millet-based biodiverse agriculture for decades.

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