Seed festivals put spotlight on conservation of indigenous seeds
Local and endemic crops that have evolved over time are a rich source of nutrition.
Young eco-crusaders across the country lend a refreshing rigour to the climate movement
It’s amazing that young ones are leading the climate movement now ... catalysed by hands-on environmental education by schools.
No fertilisers, no pesticides, this Karnataka farmer uses only solar energy
Over 300 horticulture trees and timber trees in his farm prevent raindrops from directly falling and checking soil erosion.
Are Micro-Grids for Rural Electrification the Answer?
The community identified the forces that spun their old vicious cycle and determined what to change to start a more virtuous one.
Forest Rights Act and Conservation in Korchi
The Forest Rights Act has changed the lives of hundreds of people, helping them to protect their forests and increase their incomes
Counting sheep as grasslands shrink in Gujarat
Herds provided post-harvest manure for the fields with their dung and urine. The farmers gave the pastoralists bajra, sugar and tea.
The Dafaalis of Pithoragarh: a young tribe of nature-loving wanderers
By volunteering with the Harela Society, Pithoragarh youth have found different ways to make the conservation of nature a part of their daily lives.
How India’s Indigenous Farmers Are Successfully Resisting Climate Change
They let at least ten species of pests, insects, ants, flies, earthworms, spiders, birds and other pollinators to thrive on their lands.
Farming for Healing
What does it take to create and maintain an organic medicinal farm, in the face of rampant development?