We develop an organic, biodynamic farm. We aim at reintroducing ancestral agriculture practices to restore damaged soils. Our farm succeded in developing a sustainable business model that could benefit to other small farmers. We are delighted to share our knowledge and put this available to all for the common good. We are supported by a french accelerator ( The Scale School) to help us replicate our social business to other farmers and develop an organic food cooperative.
In Nepal, agriculture represent 28% of the national GDP. Most Nepalese farms are very small farms (average of 1 hectare). Historically, Nepalese farms have been relying on traditional agriculture techniques. But with the recent earthquake, the fast growing… Read MoreLearn More
The model is based on an integrated farm, using ancestral soil regeneration techniques, that frees farmers from dependency on the chemical industry, while improving food quality and soil fertility. The farm model is developed with the support of permaculture experts throughout the world who will provide guidance on land optimization.
More specifically, the project implements a specific type of regenerative technique called Biodynamic Farming. It consists more of a philosophy that aligns agriculture practices with nature’s ways (ie lunar calendar, …). This is a demonstration of Sudarshan’s will to conserve and restore ancestral agriculture practices with today’s youth and for the future generations to come.
In a second phase, the organic farm will evolve towards a learning center to train local farmers, women and youth to replicate this farm model, in the Saptari district of Nepal.