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Published on Oct 10, 2016
With the help of various initiatives by the villagers, efforts by Greenpeace & Ishtiaque Ahmad and support from government schemes, Kedia village can now proudly boast of 282 vermi compost beds, 11 biogas plants, five ponds, five cow shelters, one cold-storage unit and several compost toilets. The farmers of Kedia village are now self-dependent; and their input cost has considerably reduced. They no longer have to buy manure, seeds and water from the market; and their yield is better than ever before.