Promoting Nature-Positive Production Systems



We are a Section-8 non-profit support organisation promoting Nature-Positive Farming and Food Systems (N+FFS) at scale across India. We believe that to meet the formidable challenge of producing adequate quantities of safe nutritious foods in a sustainable manner and to address the pervasive agrarian crisis, environmental crisis and rising incidence of malnutrition, it is crucial to mainstream nature-positive agricultural development and food system approaches which deliver on livelihoods enhancement and nutrition.


We build on the mandate of the NPM (Non- Pesticidal Management of agriculture) Network to promote pesticide-free sustainable agriculture and food systems. We collaborate with 25 organisations comprising NGOs, FPOs and market players in Central, Southern and Eastern India.


N+3F collaborates with BRLF to promote Non-Pesticide Management (NPM) based practices NPM-based practices will be promoted across BRLF's intervention areas for improving the market readiness of smallholder farmers engaged in NPM-based agriculture.

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Introducing Non-Pesticidal Management (NPM) of agriculture to farmers in Pakni, a new location


The N+3F Team visited SPS for exposure on Nature positive Farming where our team interacted with the Local farmers and understands the NPM practices in their area.


Live demonstration of Weeding in NPM cauliflower field at SEWA


Our Team visited YCDA PG where team interacted with the PG members and understand the protocols followed under NPM, also visited farm and explained them how to control the pests Through bio formulations.

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Facilitating the setting up and use of moisture determining meters that were supplied to partners

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Designing and disseminating the illustrated version of the internal NPM Standards: The internal NPM standards are the protocols to be followed by NPM farmers that help them maintain the integrity of NPM produce by ensuring that no contamination occurs during production, harvest and storage. The manual (in Hindi) contains illustrations so farmers may understand the protocols and processes better. 

Download the manual here: