Indigenous Seed, Food and Biodiversity Fair - 2017
Protection and Conservation of Culture is necessary for Poison-free Farming, Self-resilient Farmers and Building Prosperous Village
How a village in Phek dist. revived millets and became gender wise
Like millets and paddy, men and women should work and produce together.
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.
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...
‘We have more hardy, nutritious grains than GM can offer’
Debal Deb has conserved 1,200 climate resilient rice varieties. He speaks on the need to conserve traditional seeds and why we don’t need genetical...
Malnad will leave you with food memories
The theme for this year’s Mela is traditional seeds and cuisine, and transformation/healing.
Over 5000 Organic Farmers Are Reviving Traditional Crop Varieties. Thanks to One Organization.
Sahaja Samrudha farmers have conserved and revived over 700 traditional paddy varieties and facilitated the conservation of more than 68 varieties ...
The Food Culture of Khasi Hills
This photo story captures glimpses of the food culture of the Khasis which is largely influenced by the biodiverse hills of Meghalaya.