Act Naturally Mission
Seed. Feed. Succeed.
Act Naturally promotes non-violent, biodiverse, and independent agricultural practices to solve problems in health and food security. Our work and partnerships are aimed at transitioning farmers from input intensive industrial agriculture to organic, region specific, agricultural practices that combine native wisdom with regenerative remediation techniques that make farming economically viable for the farmer and community. Seed. Feed. Succeed.. Read More.
Watch Act Naturally’s Urgent Appeal
It is estimated by the National Crime Recrods Bureau, part of the Ministry of Home Affairs in India, that over 200,000 farmers have committed suicide since trade liberalization in 1991. There are many reasons, all of which center around a new farming paradigm….. Read More.
Villages for Sale
Entire villages are going up sale in India do to the inability of all the villagers collectively to pay escalating debts taken out to cover the rising cost of living and farming. Rising input costs on pesticides coincide with cutbacks in subsidies for the Indian farmer…
Khet Jyoti Fund
KJF provides debt relief to farmers in dire circumstances in India’s suicide belt. Participating farmers agree to a four year supervised remediation program whose end result is organic, nutritous food, lowered input costs, and ecological restoration. Read More
Direct Action- Personal Changes
Act Naturally is promoting the anti-hegemonic diet – eating foods that are farmed sustainably, detached from farm subsidies, and whose production costs and profit are knitted to local communities, aware of its lifecycle. This section is under construction. Inconvenience Regretted BRO! Read More
Act Naturally is raising money for our upcoming documentary Kundrati Karma (Natures Karma). The documentary will reveal the untold story of the rise of modern “developed” India from the fields of her farmers, the kitchens of her adivasi’s Read More
Modern agriculture imposes “external costs” that are seldom reflected in the price at the market place. Monocropping and poor water management have lowered water tables to alarming levels all over India, particularly in Punjab.The surface wash off from conventional fields sprayed with herbacides and synthetic… Read More