Promoting sustainable agriculture among small farmers in rainfed areas
Low External Input Sustainable Agriculture - LEISA
Promoting safe food production
Building farm resilience
Farmer Field School
System of Crop Intensification
Producing more with less resources
Engaging Rural Youth
Building confidence in pursuing farming
Promoting Knowledge Exchange
Sharing agroecological experiences
Strengthening sustainable small farmer livelihoods
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AME Foundation has been strengthening sustainable small farmer livelihoods by promoting ecological agriculture for more than three decades. 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.
Promoting Agro ecology
Agroecological systems are diverse, more resilient to the impacts of climate change and is a viable alternative, that can contribute substantially to food and nutrition security, soil fertility, access to water, rural employment, and farmer autonomy. AMEF has been promoting agro ecology in drylands since three decades through LEISA approaches.
Facilitating Knowledge Exchange
An enormous body of practices and experiences on agroecology, generated and developed on the field need to be shared widely to inspire farmers make the transition to agroecological way of farming. AMEF facilitates knowledge exchange by helping organisations systematically document and share experiences widely through various means.
Promoting sustainable agriculture in rainfed regions through Low External Input Sustainable Agriculture (LEISA) approaches.
Empowering farmers through participatory learning methods like Farmer Field Schools (FFS) and Participatory Technology Development (PTD)
Sharing knowledge on agro ecological experiences through LEISA India magazine since 25 years
Helping development organisations in capturing and communicating field based experiences.
Sustainable agriculture promotion
Knowledge Sharing (LEISA India)
Agroecological experiences shared
Stories of change
Support small farmers
Support safe food
News and Events
Rotary Club Team Hubli visited the project areas in Dharwad on 11th October 2023. They observed the sustainable project activities in Channapur and Chouragudda villages. They...
Shri. Sanjay Koppikar, Rotary Club Indiranagar Bangalore, visited Chouragudda and Channapur villages during 20-21st September 2023. He observed the crop growth on farmers fields....