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We are what we eat!

“The uncultivated food plants are voluntary plants. The rural poor who understand their benefits the best refuse to call them 'weeds'”

Natural substitute for fertilisers

Cow dung, cow urine, molasses, besan, and soil from an anthill go to make an excellent pest repellant and fertiliser for Koraput fields!

Millets are returning to our fields and plates

Women are the custodians of seed diversity, including millets. Seed selection, an important part of the process, is also mostly done by women.

Café Positive is run by a crew of HIV+ men and women

What is the agenda of activist Ghosh, who has come up with the idea that has taken form as Cafe Positive?

Scientist Returns to Promote Organic Farming In His Village

A true son of the soil who is incorporating his refined medical wisdom to transform the dynamics of rural farming

These consumers are funding farmers to make food sustainable

(Many consumers give) direct monetary support to farmers who have been practising traditional millet-based biodiverse agriculture for decades.

Men in menstruation – are we addressing the elephant in the room?

... signal that men are coming forward to accept the elephant in the room.

Green Toilet in my backyard

Ecosan (short for ecological sanitation) toilets are improved versions of old dry toilets that do not demand water for flushing

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