What We Do
Sustainable agriculture is a way of farming based on an understanding of ecosystem services, the study of relationships between organisms and their environment. It is a long-term methodological structure that incorporates profit, environmental stewardship, fairness, health, business and familial aspects on a farm setting. The three integral aspects of Sustainable agriculture are economic profit, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility.
Farms are designed adopting agro ecological principles to achieve sustainability in terms of production and livelihood.
In direct farm marketing, farm products or services are sold directly to consumers without using an intermediary. Direct marketing helps in ensuring higher remuneration to the farmers and improving the satisfaction level of the consumers. It also contributes to the rural economy by providing alternative marketing channels.
Forests have nurtured mankind for ages and therefore are worshipped by many indigenous communities. The forests resemble the infinite circular economy of nature and are the epitome of sustainability and prosperity.
Community forests are created by engaging local communities, including them in the managerial decisions, considering their needs in the design process and offer them access and rights to forest resources.