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Farmers meet in Dharwad

More than 400 farmers met and shared their experiences during a meet on 8th September 2018 in a Devarahubballi village in Dharwad. They showcased ecofriendly alternatives in farming. The event was supported by ARCADIS.   https://youtu.be/LJSdntMftIc

IDF team visits Dharmapuri Unit

A team from IDF and Supraja Foundation visited Dharmapuri Unit of AME Foundation on 26th July 2018. The team first visited K.Puthur and Poocharampatti villages in Pennagaram block and observed the FarmerFieldSchool process.They also interacted with #FFS farmers and...

3M team visits AME Foundation

3M is a multi-national company having its presence in about 28 countries manufacturing home, health, office stationery, machinery and space technology products. As an annual Impact Study event, selected officials from all over the globe were brought to Bengaluru to...

Kitchen gardens – Nutritional source for women

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, sown in different...

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. Minor coarse millets like samai (E-360 and...

Women’s group install Dalmill for processing Redgram

In working areas of Telangana, AME Foundation helped farmers harvest better yields of Redgram through the Farmer Field School approach. FFS farmers harvested on an average 6.5 q/ac of Redgram while it was 4.5 q/ac through traditional method by adopting LEISA...