Go organic to beat drought, says seed reviver
"Farmers need spend only a little on input costs and can get good returns on their investment if they grew traditional varieties of paddy"
To beat the drought, women farmers of Anantapur have entered the millet revolution in Andhra
With government support, they are now falling back to their traditional farming practices for a better living.
An organic farm that nurtures life and spirit
This story of transformation of a barren landscape into a bustling organic farm offers hope to the despondent and inspiration to the struggler
Udaipur’s Gati Gaum Becomes Rajasthan’s First Internationally Certified Organic Village
Most credit must go to Gati’s residents who have always protected their fields from agro-chem pollution as part of their native traditions.
Kerala's GI hunters provide stardom to unique crops
Pokkali rice, Central Travancore jaggery, Kaipad rice and Chengalikodan nendran banana have received GI recognition.
The big deal about the small grains
These small grains are filled with nutrition, and are the ultimate survival food, as they can grow in the harshest of climates and the poorest of s...
Schooling for Curiosity
To remain inclusive, the school allows families to pay whatever fee they can afford and finds sponsors to pitch in with the rest
Sikkim's organic revolution at risk as local consumers fail to buy into project
“The organic vegetables are more expensive, and I have a family to feed.” “It’s supposed to be better for you, but the imported vegies are bigger,”
Melghat’s Payvihir brands its forest produce to success
Payvihir, which has a 182-hectare forest under community forest rights (CFR), has worked wonders in the last four years, showing the way for tribals.