Fertile Ground: EastWest Sustainability Network
Donors and Supporters
Partners in Assam
What we do
What we've been up to...
Report on Organic STG's Meeting 1
Organic Demonstration Gardens in Assam
New Organic Training Centre at Kakojan College
Kids to Kids
Kids to Kids Blog
Recent Resource Materials
Participatory Guarantee System - Organic Certification in India
irrigation system - a simple system for gravity-fed water distribution
compost tea videos
Compost Tea Info
Marketing Organic Products in India
Archive of Fertile Ground Newsletters, News and More!
In the news....
Updates from Adarsh Seuj Prakalpa
Newsletters, media, special events
Links to useful resource materials in English
Resource materials in Assamese language
How to reach us
Make a donation or join Fertile Ground
Map to Creekside Commons
A dedicated group of enthusiastic people from northeast India and the west coast of Canada, working to promote traditional and organic farming practices.
Fertile Ground is a non-profit organization dedicated to growing healthy food, caring for the soil and celebrating cultural diversity.
We work primarily in the northeastern region of India, where there is still little support available to growers interested in traditional organic farming.
Fertile Ground's projects in Assam support farmers, NGO's, agricultural extension staff, students and others interested in promoting more sustainable agricultural practices.
An important element of our work is sharing ideas and information about Canadian and Assamese culture, and creating opportunities for work and study exchanges.
Read about our demonstration garden and resource centre in Assam .......
An introduction to Vrikshayurveda - India's traditional approach to maintaining plant health...............
Learn the basics of organic tea cultivation, and how Fertile Ground helps small-scale tea growers.............
Contact us for information about volunteering with Fertile Ground, and read about the experiences of former volunteers here!
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