livelihoods
Banswara’s migrant tribal labourers are now proud organic farmers

Tribal farmers are now becoming torch bearers of organic cultivation in the state where the government is pushing for zero-budget farming to increase farmers’ income and restore soil health and fertility.

In Maharashtra’s Drought-Prone District, a ‘Goat Bank’ Is Making Women Financially Secure

"More than her capacity to pay back, we are looking for a long-term commitment to continue the project work,”

Top ecologist suggests 4 ways to minimise damage caused by cyclones

Locals should look for alternative plantations, which are native and more resistant to strong winds, but, at the same time, have financial value.

What can two imaginative minds create with Wild Grass and thorny tree?

Every plant, tree and even wild grass that seems useless, can enrich our lives, create livelihoods, replace store-bought plastic and be a source of pride.

Fostering health of the self and the soil

If the grains from the conventional chemical practices have destroyed our body so much then what impact they’d have had on the soil and water!

A Village of Abundance

Giving up the practice of law for the sake of farming, he learns from and empowers local 'uneducated' people.

India’s permaculture movement is being taken forward by young people

The principles of permaculture suggest observing and interacting with nature, obtaining yield,  capturing and storing energy, drawing from natural patterns, producing zero waste, accepting feedback and regulating self.

D Litt degrees conferred upon Devaji Tofa & Sunil Deshpande

Long overdue recognition for practitioners of traditional knowledge and alternative learning models.

Where Camels Take to the Sea

How will all of those kharais fare in a region that has become less hospitable to them?