The music of plants !!!

Ever wondered, what would the music by plants be like ??


Plants are very much alive. Not only do they dislike human noise but they also posses the capacity to learn and communicate.

Perhaps even more astonishing is that plants can also make music.

Have you ever heard the incredible music of the plants?

Plants can actually sing and compose music and listening to it is truly beautiful and relaxing!

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Permaculture – Free Online Sustainability Course – Regenerative Leadership Institute


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Complete 72+ Hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course Covers:

Natural building construction

Pattern observation and site analysis

Renewable energy and appropriate technology

Reading the land and natural cycles

Rainwater harvesting and conservation

Soil regeneration and land restoration

Passive and active solar design

Food forests, trees, and garden design

Greywater considerations and system design

Business and financial permaculture

Waste recycling and treatment

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…and much, much more!

via Permaculture – Free Online Sustainability Course – Regenerative Leadership Institute.

Raju and Shalini Titus : natural farmers in MP, Rishi Kheti

Raju and Shalini Titus have been engaged in no-till farming for over 23 years. Contrary to pop wisdom, their net income has gone up because of increased yields and a reduction in input costs.

Click to see full article: Farm like the rishis!.

Credits: Amita Bhaduri, article shared under CC BY-NC-SA 2.5 IN license from India Water Portal

Bhoomi College – For sustainability studies

Step into the world of Bhoomi College —
A unique community-based institution focused on fostering Earth Consciousness and Sustainable Living…

Bhoomi College has been an idea, a dream in seed form for a long, long time. It continued to grow through the Prakriya Green Wisdom School, where in subtle and tangible ways they continued to work on building consciousness about ecologically wise living.
In 2007, a group, began working on an Earth Citizenship seminar and then went on to organizing conferences on Food, Health and Climate Change(2009) and on The Good Life (2011). As Bhoomi Network this group expanded, and after 2 years of bringing out the Bhoomi magazine and organizing several programmes on Inner and Outer Ecology, they are now a formal college as well.

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Allan Savory: How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Video on

Allan Savory: How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Video on

What if more grazing animals and not less, can reverse desertification of the world’s grasslands? What if nature has designed a symbiotic relationship between animals and plants in a way that abundance of one leads to abundance of the other? A compelling talk that sheds a totally new light on the global warming conversation

Interview with Kailash Murthy on Natural Farming

video (22 mins) Interview with Kailash Murthy on Natural Farming (2011)
Interview with Kailash Murthy on Natural Farming (2011) - YouTube

“Kailash Murthy, like all other farmers used fertilizers and pesticides as specified by the agricultural experts. He proudly displayed a record yield in his neighborhood. But to his dismay, he observed that the yield grew less and less each year.

A bank employee by profession and farmer by conviction observed that intensive artificial inputs like fertilizers and chemicals decreased the soil fertility, increased soil erosion and destroyed the food chain of predator and prey population.

He stumbled upon the book, One Straw Revolution, written by a Japanese farmer Masanobu Fukuoka a pioneer in natural farming. The book inspired him to further read the Shastras. Reading the Shastras reveled that India was not new to natural farming. Many Rishes grew their entire food around the ashram with out ploughing. They believed food grown without ploughing is healthier.

So he gave the established farming a break and left the Land to itself, no tilling, no chemical fertilizer, and no use of pesticides, in short, nothing accept scattering of seed at random.

Surprisingly within two years the transformation was remarkable. The natural balance of soil was restored and the 6.5 acres of land transformed itself into a mini forest, a self sustaining eco system.

He was kind enough to talk to us and share with us his experience and wisdom to help more people switch to Natural Farming. Enjoy his wonderful insights in this short 22 minute interview.”

Click here to see the video (22 mins) Interview with Kailash Murthy on Natural Farming (2011)

Uploaded by Rishi Gangoly and VK Bharadwaj from Mumbai who are a part of Sulins, an eco-village project.

Natural Farming with Masanobu Fukuoka

Full-length documentary following the legendary Masanobu Fukuoka on a visit to India

Natural Farming with Masanobu Fukuoka – YouTube.

Farming – The Gandhian Way – Bhaskar Save

Known widely as the Gandhi of natural farming, Bhaskar Save, at his farm located in south Gujarat, imbibes non-violence and harmonious co-existence with farming. See the video below to learn how he does it, and some surprising insights and innovative practices.

gandhian principles farming