It is the second time of Global Forest Meeting holding at the noco hall in a Warli people’s village, Ganjad, Dahanu, Maharashtra, India.
The people who work with aiming for sustainable community gather and share their experience and thought for sowing seeds among the people.
Keywords: Rain harvesting, Organic farming, Warli Culture, Eco-product
Junji Hashimoto (water journalist)
Yukiko Yagi (Makie-painter on Japanese lacquer work)
Meguri Ichida (Japanese lacquer work artist)
Tatsuo Shiba (social worker in Africa)
Tomomichi Natsume & Katsuyuki Sakoh (interior designers, noco project)
Farming trainer from Navdanya
Current Ladakh through the Earth Art Project 2017
(by Wall Art Project)
entrance fee: 250 Rs per person (Free for villagers)
*There will be workshop of making rain harvesting equipment during 2nd to 5th September. We are calling volunteers who want to work together.