Farmer producer companies: let a thousand balloons float
Private trade often spots the chinks in the armor of the FPC and snatches away the most profitable business from it.
From rubbish to rice: the cafe that gives food in exchange for plastic
One day a whole family came in with huge sacks of plastic waste, weighing seven kilos.
Mining conflict and transformative alternatives in Korchi
Communities in Korchi taluka of Gadchiroli district (Maharashtra) devise governance models to protect their forests and livelihoods.
Fresh From Farm To Plate: How A Think Tank In Bhubaneswar Is Creating New Space For Millets In Its Backyard
Produce Organically, process methodically, market strategically and consume carefully
How a Remote Bihar Village Ushered in an Organic Farming Revolution in Just 4 Yrs
"They also went through communication training, so that they can negotiate with the authorities without fear"
How to Save Forest Culture? ‘Silent’ Battle by Odisha’s Kondhs is The Right Lesson
The men, women and children from every family worked on a war footing to replant, restore and replenish the beauty of their aboriginal mother – the...
The jackfruit man
“Jackfruit is a kalpavriksha, a tree of God. Every part of it is useful..."
Farmers revert to traditional bio-fences for multiple benefits
"With trees like kiluvai you can feel a cooler micro-climate in the farms, and observe more moisture retention"
Why ZBNF is good for India
An overwhelming number of farmers are reporting greater profitability from the ZBNF programme, and are saving on out-of-pocket expenses.