One grain at a time: Assam’s rice seed library for climate resilience
His assemblage includes 250 varieties - aromatic, sticky, black, flood-tolerant and hill rice
Direct selling, adivasi style
The weekly Bissamcuttack market, nurturing the area’s ecologically-attuned agricultural traditions, forges a connection between consumers and farmers
There is so much to explore in the world of tubers
The tuber stall led by Lakshmi Siddhi registered sales worth ₹11,000!
She, the forest home gardener
The women of Malnad wield the ladle and their forest gardens with equal ease, in an endeavour to spread seed sovereignty.
What we can Learn from the Tribals about Forests as a Source of Food Security
“Forests are the root of our existence. We care for forests as they provide us with food, teach us the way of life, and do not discriminate."
Seeds of diversity, resilience and freedom
Saving, growing and eating desi seeds have become a political, social, economic, ecological, health and scientific imperative.
Slow food festival held in Kotagiri
Tribal groups brought tubers, greens, millets and even milk from indigenous cattle that have been used by them for many generations.
A theatre group in Bengaluru invited Narendra Modi to watch a play that protests GST
As part of a Tax Denial Satyagraha, the Graam Seva Sangh did not charge GST on the tickets.
Eco-Friendly, Low-Cost Farming the Way to Go for Sustainable Food Security
Most participating farmers said that the cost-effective INSAP technology had helped them regain the confidence to continue farming.