Empowering people to live a life of dignity and enhancing their social and economic wellbeing through Knowledge, Innovation, and Transformative action.
Eucalyptus was introduced in Karnataka in 1960s, 90% of Bangalore rural (Hoskote) is full of Eucalyptus.
Shocking facts: A eucalyptus tree consumes 90 liters of water a day. During summers and times of drought, its roots can go down up to 30ft.
Restoration of lakes include cleaning of lakes and internally oxygenating. Benefits: Bacteria reduction, Muck reduction, Algae control, Milfoil reduction and so on… Cleaning of lakes shall mainly help prepare for water to be restored in a clean space.
Collaborate with researchers and knowledge hubs to educate the farmers on organic farming. This helps farmer’s knowledge to adopt practices that are profitable, environmentally sound, and contribute to quality of life.
A direct market, the channel from farmers to consumer markets is the most spoken about topic in the recent past, somehow the most exploited one too. Making farmers as the owners of this cycle needs a full-fledged and foolproof solution that covers all stages of a farmer's life cycle. Connecting farmers to the world needs preparation on both sides, including a comprehensive structure on their entire lifecycle.