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From the ground up: regenerating land and livelihoods in Rajasthan, India

From scarcity to surplus in five years
  • The road to ruin
  • From victims to managers
  • Checking dams
  • Down to earth
  • Soil manufacture
  • High speed recovery
  • From scarcity to surplus in five years
  • From borrowers to lenders
  • Grass is greener on the other side

From scarcity to surplus in five years

A villager carries fodder grown on land with newly-stabilised soils. With vegetation recovering and rainfall percolating slowly through into the water course, production of food and fodder on the flatlands has been increasing.

 

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