The Centre is developing and disseminating customized and affordable green technologies which seeks to provide the required knowledge to the farming communities on integrated conservation technologies, green inputs production and management practices to address sustained productivity, improved soil health, promotion of indigenous/ traditional crops biodiversity and environmental sustainability in their pursuits/endeavour of access to basic and improved multiple livelihood needs.
In pursuance of this, the Centre is propagating this knowledge by imparting awareness and capacity building of rural farming communities from across the State, particularly at the village levels. During the financial 2018-19, the Centre had been able to simultaneously engage with farmers from across the State in developing their skill-sets on various sustainable agricultural technologies through the support under Article 275(1), Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. Of India. The objective of the programme is to empower farmers as knowledge sharers/providers. About 25 Training of Trainers Programmes covering about 450 Master Trainers from across the State have been conducted since 2018. Subsequently, Village levels awareness and capacity building of farmers by these MTs is in progress.