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.
The peacocks of Yeola
... keeping alive a centuries-old legacy, while innovating to keep pace with changing tastes.
How to move a mountain
"We must be ready with ... our resolve to move mountains (of a hierarchical and unequal social order that has risen again)"
E-rickshaws in Jaipur: Freedom on three wheels
Housewives and young girls from slums in Jaipur are finding their freedom on three wheels
Seed is better preserved this way
A Gondi Adivasi lady preserves seeds for over 12 years using a traditional technique!
Men in menstruation – are we addressing the elephant in the room?
... signal that men are coming forward to accept the elephant in the room.
Ducks wade through paddy fields to bump up profits
"... considering our low cost/zero cost inputs in comparison to the chemically grown rice, our profits per bigha are higher,”
Women’s Farming Collectives – The Maharashtra Story
A collection of stories of hope by women where they assert themselves as farmers, as leaders.
Youngster sets up zero-budget millet hotel, says should return to older eating habits
Millets need less water to grow and live on whatever rainwater they receive.