We work to create a sustainable, healthy relationship between the farmers and consumers of organic food by safeguarding the interests of everyone involved.
Growing organic food is a labour of love. Our farmers don’t believe in dousing crop with chemicals. The result is Good food that actually tastes better.
Banyan roots educates farmers about the potential health and financial implications arising from the use of GM seeds, encouraging them to use non-GM traditional seeds.
Traditional low-cost natural farming techniques are disseminated to the local farming community, in a bid to make agriculture sustainable, nutritious and fair.
The Jaivik Kutumbh programme encompasses various cities and farms across the country, and are aimed at both educating and enabling traditional farmers, and informing urban consumers about simple measures they can take to make more healthful food choices.
If you would like to be a part of our Javik Kutumbh programme or are interested in bringing banyan roots to a village or farming community near you, do get in touch with us. We also welcome volunteers to join us and be a part of our transformative cause, so do let us know if you’d like to contribute your time.
Here we attempt to reach out to the wider Indian agricultural community and introduce them to the concept of traditional low-cost natural farming.
We try to give visitors an unique opportunity to get actively involved in the various processes that go into preparing the food that eventually reaches their tables.
Organic terrace gardening initiative attempts to challenge and change the status-quo by giving consumers the tools and techniques to grow their own food on their rooftops.