[Watch] How Farmers In The Second-Most Drought Prone Region In India Are Fighting Against The Odds

The Logical Indian

January 19th, 2016

Located in Andhra Pradesh, Anantapur district is the second-most drought prone area in India and was one of the 31 districts identified by the Indian government as being prone to agriculture-related suicides.

Watch how farmers associated with Dharani, a farmer-owned co-operative promoted by Timbaktu Collective are using organic farming techniques ensuring higher farmer incomes while at the same time improving the health of the soil.

To learn and support their work more, go to their website through the link here – http://www.timbaktu.org/

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