Organic Living News

Amrita Chaudhury and Sanmitra Pandharpur quit their respective jobs in the US at the peak of their careers and returned to India in the early 2000s to pursue organic farming.

They embarked on their agricultural journey by growing food at home and branched out to supplying to…

It often takes a while for most of us to discover our true calling. But some are so certain about their chosen path that they pursue it with determination and attain fulfilment. Devesh Patel always knew that farming was his true calling. An IT graduate, he started expanding his farm…

The State government has planned to incentivise farmers who grow vegetables through organic farming.

An incentive, ranging from ₹2,500 per hectare to ₹5,000 per hectare, will be offered, depending upon the crop. As many as 60,000 farmers will benefit. A sum of ₹15 crore has…

Meenakshi Kishore has bucked the trend and traded her corporate job to try her hand at an organic farm-to-fork model four years ago.

Kishore, who holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Symbiosis Institute of Management in Pune, took to organic…

Ankita Kumawat, 33, who had done her marketing course from IIM Kolkata and worked in USA for some years, found that she could work for her own country and returned to Ajmer. She is now producing organic milk and grocery and selling internationally online from her small village of…

Venkata Surya Trinadh Vatti may have never imagined that the COVID-19’s health norms will boost up the demand for healthy organic vegetables. He is a Hyderabad-based Chartered Accountant who has worked for over 16 years abroad and later consulted for the World Bank on a…

As Covid-19 cases continue to hit a crescendo, many Kenyans, especially those with underlying health complications are being asked to take utmost precaution since they are most vulnerable. 
The message has never been clearer and precise; maintain social distance, sanitize,…

Chhattisgarh chief minister Bhupesh Baghel on Monday launched the 'Godhan Nyaya Yojana' in 2,408 rural areas and 377 urban areas during the first phase of the scheme in the state.

Farmers training on organic farming was conducted on June 18 at Hebolimi village under Pughoboto Sub division. According to DIPR report, Sub Divisional Agriculture Office (SDAO), Myanthung Patton encouraged the cluster farmers to rededicate to improve and enhance their organic…

More women are joining the growing number of organic farmers in the State with the COVID-19 lockdown and subsequent restrictions on free movement of people putting a strain on regular incomes as well as leaving a lot of time on their hands.