Agriculture in India has evolved over the years from traditional ways of growing to more innovative sustainable methods. Despite the Indian economy opening to the world and touching the height of globalization, a major part of the population still depends on agriculture for its livelihood. Besides providing food to the nation, agriculture consumes labor and contributes to the market for industrial goods.
It’s true that innovative methods are constantly emerging to simplify processes, but still, people are turning to the cities leaving the agricultural farming land unattended.
We aim to implement more improved and sustainable technologies to farming. We support to connect agriculture with education and generate employment opportunities within the village itself which makes the village self-sustainable.
We have tie-ups with different countries wherein we use their expertise and innovation techniques to teach our local farmers. They learn to produce crops more efficiently by fully utilizing the natural resources while also simultaneously learning waste management.