Remembering Dhrubajyoti Ghosh…
... a storehouse of ecological thinking and an ethical anchor that is rarely found in South Asia’s environmental landscape.
Dhrubajyoti Ghosh: The Intrepid Ecologist and his ‘laboratory of survival’
“We count the number of millionaires, but not the millions of pickers who are active in our nation’s backyards.”
Kitchen Gardens That Bring Nutrition, Livelihood Support and Protect Seeds
The kitchen garden provides a steady stream of different vegetables and fruits, providing nutrition as well as a little extra income for the family.
Maharashtra's Feast in The Forest
The forest foods movement is about both ancient knowledge and the underlying wisdom of the forest people...
Maharashtra Rural-Urban exchange programme
Crops and vegetables planted within one acre farms by the women gave nutritious and healthy plants for consumption with surplus produce.
She, the forest home gardener
Vanastree (of Malnad) is being awarded the NARI SHAKTI PURASKAR (women's power award) for its exemplary work on Women and Seeds.
With zero-cost methods, this 68-year-old scientist is fighting farmer suicides in Vidarbha
Only the locally available seeds, local breed of the cow and local soil can make such farming a self-sustainable, no-additional-cost method.
A theatre group in Bengaluru invited Narendra Modi to watch a play that protests GST
As part of a Tax Denial Satyagraha, the Graam Seva Sangh did not charge GST on the tickets.
A Decade of Pour Tous Distribution Centre (PTDC) : the evolution of an Auroville institution
PTDC was the first major breakthrough towards an economy with no exchange of money, in contrast with previous experiments.