No. of farmers reached   39715
Famers trained in FFS   23725
Farmers associated in PTD   1207
Partners we worked with   150
AME at glance...

AME Foundation, as a resource organisation, has been promoting ecological agriculture for more than 27 years. AME Foundation has been guiding small and marginal rainfed farmers to manage their natural farm resources better, practice alternative eco-farming practices for enhanced yields and reduced costs. AMEF believes that sustainable management of natural resources is the key to improved livelihoods, stable agricultural development as well as improved ecological balances.
Farmers harvest pulses after paddy

After the harvest of Paddy, as catch crops, 150 farmers in Kalghatagi taluk in Dharwad took up moth bean and 50 farmers took up black gram in the residual moisture, in rainfed SRI fields.

Minor millets back on the farms

Farmers in Bangarpet and Chintamani taluks in Karnataka went in for cultivating climate resilient nutrition rich millet crops. The millets not only offer food security but also are considered nutrition rich and resilient.

Kitchen gardens provide nutrition and income to women

Kitchen gardens were established as part of seasonal activity by 200 farmers in five new villages and 400 farmers in 20 old villages. Each kitchen garden consisted of 13-17 types of vegetables...


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