• Farmer and a successful enterpreneur

    Jangkhokham, aged 27, is a young enthusiastic farmer in Molvom village, Nagaland. Hailing from a family of four educated brothers and sisters, and a masters degree holder himself, Jangkokham chose farming.
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  • Theni farmer shows the way...

    Kottachamy, 55, owns a 22-acre organic farm in Theni district of Tamil Nadu. One would be surprised to know he is an MBA graduate, who worked for a pharmaceutical firm in Bhopal for 9 years.
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  • Enabling farmers sell organic produce

    Devanahalli, Doddaballapur and Chickballapur are villages in the Bangalore rural district. Their proximity to the city and the growing popularity of organic vegetables among the consumers inspired us to start a pilot project here.
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  • Rejuvenating land and life

    Indu Girish was a homemaker living with her two children in her ancestral house in Malappuram in Kerala. The family had inherited 1 hectare of fallow land (cultivated land which is abandoned) with a few low-yield coconut trees.
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  • Our terrace garden

    The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul. - Alfred Austin
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Centre for Sustainable Organic Farming (C-SOF)

After a three year quest, on 8th June 2015, ICCOA registered its own farmland near Hosur, around 80 kms from Bangalore. A traditional Bhumi puja marked the start of our new centre- C-SOF. It aims to be a full-fledged training and demonstration centre for organic agriculture offering residential training for farmers, extension workers, officials and entrepreneurs interested in organic agriculture/ agribusiness.

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ICCOA is a knowledge and learning centre promoting organic agriculture and agribusiness. It provides a platform for interaction to all stakeholders in the organic sector