Harinder Lamba
Oak Forest, Illinois, US

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PAGRI (Punjab Agricultural Rejuvenation Initiative) is an organization that is dedicated to transforming the agricultural scene in Punjab especially by increasing the incomes of small farmers and through food processing. Registered in the State of Illinois early in 2021, PAGRI has developed a very good network of people in Punjab who are very knowledgeable about the real conditions on the ground, and are supported by a dedicated and motivated band of people in the US and Canada that is managing the organization. We intend to maintain a high level of integrity and honesty, be respectful of culture and help build a cooperative spirit of helping others among those we work with and help in Punjab.

The main focus of Pagri

Pagri has started activities in Punjab by supporting farmer’s markets and educating farmers on organic farming. We are initiating new activities in developing a platform to directly link farmers and customers, food processing, and marketing of processed products.

We have transformed and enhanced two projects that can be seen on the right - answering the desperate need for Extension work that gives direct advice to farmers about better agricultural practices, and educating and helping farmers to methodically adopt organic farming. Both in order to solve some of the urgent environmental, health and water shortage problems of Punjab.

Thoughts on future activities

PAGRI is planning to expand activities in a big way in the area of developing an Integrated Farming Model and demonstration that includes dairy and poultry farming for small farmers. Future project activity will also focus on food processing, using the expertise of knowledgeable people in Punjab, so that small farmers are not at the mercy of big corporations. Also in the planning stages is the modernization of agricultural trade in Punjab by developing a Portal that will connect farmers with various people that are active in the agrarian economy and in food production organizations. 

The Leadership 

Currently, the main leadership consists of Lal Singh as president, Kuldeep Singh Sra as Treasurer and Harinder Singh Lamba as Secretary. Lal Singhji is a retied electrical engineer with very good contacts with people who are active in Punjab's agriculture. Kuldeepji  operates another organization called "Dheean Pukardian" that supports the education of girls in Punjab, and Harinderji is a retired engineer that designed railway locomotives, who is very active in climate change issues, has written books and has much experience in organic gardening in the USA. The leadership will be expanded as the needs of Pagri grow. We will be adding photos of the leadership.

Below is a photo from one of our projects, showing Gurbinder Bajwa (third from right) engaging in dialogues and education relating to agriculture.


  • 04/17/2023

    Visit to Punjab Agricultural University (PAU)

    Visit to PAU Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana by Lamba
    (March 6, 2023)
    I would like to thank Dr. Milkha Singh Aulakh (and Lal Singhji who put me in touch with him) for organizing my tour of parts of PAU and taking me around. Now retired, Dr. Aulakh was the Dean of the College of Agriculture at PAU and later Vice Chancellor of the Agricultural University at Banda, U.P. We visited department of organic and integrated farming, and department horticulture and then went for a meeting with the Vice Chancellor Dr. Gosal.

    At 2:00 pm we went to the School of Organic and Integrated Farming and met with Dr. Sohan Singh Walia, head of the school.

    Description of 2.5 Acre Integrated Farm while sitting in the office of Dr. Walia

    The whole farm that has been used for demonstration and research has following details:
    They use every inch of land!
    Farm size – 2.5 acres
    Crops – 1.5 acres
    Horticulture – 0.5 acres
    Fish Farm – 0.25 acres
    Other – 0.25 acres (poultry under development)

    Overall: Input cost is Rs. 3.5 lakhs. Earning have been Rs. 4.5 lakhs (average of 5 years)
    Last year, the earning were Rs. 6.04 lakhs

    The Dairy Shed was 200 sq, m. (square meters) or about 650 sq. ft (square feet) with small area of vermi compost. Two cows and one buffalo (initla cost Rs. 2 lakhs)

    Agro-forestry (poplar trees) occupied 300 sq.m. – that were along with crops.
    -       After 6 years the poplar trees sell for Rs. 75,000 
    -       Labor needed is about 283 mandays per year
    Horticulture – Krownda and lemon trees were on the periphery (border)
    Krwonda – bristles are sharp  that keeps the animals out and it has good iron content.
    They grow Guava around Fish Farm
    Guava and Lemon occupy about 0.5 acres and they grow crops in between.
    Sale of fruit of Rs. 30,000 per year (with an initial cost of Rs. 2.25 – 4 lakhs)

    Poultry: Will introduce a few years later
    Plan is for 10 ft x 10 ft shed for 200 birds. Will first start with 100 birds
    Cost per bird chick (45 days old) is Rs. 150 – Desi breed
    Desi eggs are more nutritious and fetch a better price.
    They grow Guava around Fish Farm
    Guava and Lemon occupy about 0.5 acres and they grow crops in between.
    Krownda and galgal makes good achar

    Fish Farm
    Fish Farm earns about Rs. 30,000 per year
    They recycle all the wastes. The wash from the dairy shed goes to the fish farm – no extra feed for fishes
    They have three varieties of fish – Rahu, Catla and Mrigal. They get fingerlings from the hatchery and each fish grows to be about 0.5-1.5 Kg (kilograms).
    Twice a week with the net they get about 60 Kg of fish
    December the tank is emptied of fish, and they stock up in January.
    After 3 years they dredge up the soil in the fish farm and use it as ferilizer

    Crops assume 5-7 family members as labor
    500 Sq. m. (1 kanal)– oil seeds and pulses
    1,000 sq. m – Burseem
    Maize followed by wheat
    800 sq. m. – Rice by flooding and transplanting technique – can do DSR
    Traditional farming method – rice
    Moong grows well after oilseeds, but not wheat

    Solar Panels on roof with batteries, used for tube well – excess electricity sold to grid
    Bio-Gas Plant – Need only two buckets of cow dung and that produces methane cooking gas that is enough for a family of 6-7 members. Plant uses a submersible pump to get the slurry out after all decomposed (excellent fertilizer). Earning equivalent about Rs. 20,000 per year. Can be used for heating animal sheds during winter.

    Rice residue is used as bedding material for cows and goats
    1 Kg absorbs 2.5 liters of urine. This is combined with cow dung to make compost also.
    Neem based biological pesticides and herbicides made – commercially available as Ecotin

    Dairy: HF breed gives 15 liters of milk a day. HF plus Sahiwal Plus Jaspreet breed gives 32-33 liters per day – can be milked three times a day
    Goat Shed – There was whole section with goats that very robust. There was also a goat shed to protect them in winter.

    Then we drove over to the school of fruit sciences – horticulture (4:00 pm)



    Dr. Aulakh than took us for a visit with Dr. Harminder Singh (director) and Dr. Gurtek Singh. Punjab. Dr. Harminder Singh communicated the following: Punjab has potential for 97,000 Hectares of fruit with the following percentages.
    Kinnu – 55%
    Guava – 10%
    Mango 7%
    Pear – 4-5%
    Lychee – 4-5%
    Peach and Plum – 4-5%
    Bair – 4-5%
    Others – the rest

    What is favored for the various areas and districts are:
    Lychee – Pathankot and Gurdaspur
    Mango – Hoshiarpur
    Pear – Amritsar
    Citrus – Faridkot

    New Fruits
    1.     Dragon fruit: bears fruit in 3 years and has a 40 year life. Initial expense is high Rs. 5 lakhs per acre as it needs concrete pillars (will post photo and video of this).
    2.     Jamun – bears fruit in 6-7 years
    3.     Papaya – in one year
    4.     Krownda and Galgal

    For Faridkot he recommended Kinnu, Guava, peaches and plums. Average costs about Rs. 100 per plant. One acre can have 100 plants at 20 foot spacing. Initial costs per acre are:
    Kinnu – Rs 2-3 lakhs
    Peaches and Plums – Rs 1.5 lakhs
    Guava – Rs. 1-1.5 lakhs

    (Note: They provide fruit plants at a subsidized rate to farmers along with training)
    In all of the spaces in between plants there can be inter cropping with vegetables, wheat, etc. as per department of organic and integrated farming.

    For all fruits, they provide POP (Package of Practices) consisting of:
    Manuring, Pest Control, Disease Control, Training and Pruning and Irrigation (with drip irrigation).
    (Note: Balwinder had earlier sent information and videos of fruit fly traps and brushing of copper sulfate solution on trunks of young fruit trees to protect against fungus – organic methods of pest and fungus control)

    Note: Both schools or departments provide free training for farmers on campus, providing these are scheduled in advance. They charge Rs 300 per farmer for training that is conducted at the location of farmers in their district. Such trainingsmakes the farmers eligible for subsidies of various kinds. We need to utilize these services.


    We sat in his office along with most of the members of the Agricultural Policy Committee. He stated that PAU can do much but that scientists have limits. He talked about the first ever Sarkar/farmer meeting on their campus that was attended by thousands of farmers and their input was sought. About 15 farmers met with DC, SDM and BDO and discussed problems and issues including Patwari created problems. He said that government needed to take timely action like the release of water on April 2 for cotton. He called for help in marketing by government. Also, for crop diversification, about 20 plus crops needed MSP, marketing and storage support – this included rice, wheat, pulses, cereals, vegetables, sugar cane, etc.

    COTTON: In the four districts growing cotton they had recommended that the Krishi Vigyan Kendras organize the farmers in 200-300 farmers per group. PAU and the government officials needed to help the farmers with plant diseases, water not released on time and tube well problems.

    For Organic and Integrated Farming here needed to be outreach to the farmers to help them implement what has been learned in the 2.5 acre demonstration and research plot at PAU. He mentioned that GOATS were hardy and if managed properly could give 4 Kg of milk per goat.

    He urged Pagri’s help organize a meeting of Punjab’s farmers with NRI farmers in USA and Canada for an interface meeting so they could learn from each other and also establish a role for NRI farmers to help with farming practices and food processing.
    NOTE: Lal Singh has given this activity a high priority – we will try and help PAU with this
    NOTE: He clearly stated that since PAGRI was foreign based organization, they could not sign an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) and because PAU was not registered as per FCRA (Foreign Contributions Regulation Act), they could NOT channel PAGRI funds for our projects in Punjab.
    Their staff photographer took photos, and they published our meeting in their PAU newsletter, which Gurbinder Bajwa picked up and shared on Pagri WhatsApp.

    I thank Dr. Aulakh for the visit, the stay with him at night and for arranging my taxi to Faridkot in the morning. His standing with PAU helped so that everyone was very responsive.

    Harinder Lamba, Secretary, Pagri

  • 04/17/2023

    Visits to Punjab Farms and PAU and Action Items

    Dear Pagri supporters and well-wishers,
    We have made much progress in the last quarter. We are getting better at defining and undertaking meaningful activities in Punjab, both in terms of transformation of agriculture towards better practices and in helping small farmers with organic and integrated farming.

    One of the things that we have learned is that we need better and regular reporting by our project leaders from Punjab. We will be transitioning to that in the near future – this will help us bring more specifics to you regularly.

    Here's a summary list of what we have achieved:
    1.     We have a better version of our website up and running with good basic information that will be in parallel with what is posted on Dasvandh
    2.     Earlier, we had posted our first every Newsletter using Mailchimp that was included in our last update. This had included our tentative plan for the year.
    3.     Earlier our President, Lal Singh, had also visited Punjab and held a couple of very meaningful meetings with farmers and supporting organizations.
    4.     Then recently, our secretary, Harinder Singh Lamba, from the US visited farms and farmers in Punjab in March to get to know them better and to have a better understanding of the activities we are doing and the ones we need to do.

    Description of Visit to Punjab and Proposed Actions

    Here’s a summary of proposed new actions and a description of the visit by our secretary to Punjab.

    Based on my trip to Punjab (March 4-8, 2023), the following plan has been proposed. Based on detailed notes that I took, I will also publish a full description of my visits to make sure I pass on the education I received and important information for others.

    TOP LEVEL ACTIONS (More actions are proposed in the Projects)
    1.     Faridkot: It appears that the best increase in incomes would be achieved by Free Ranging Organic Desi Chickens by selling their eggs. These Desi chickens are very robust, integrate well with an organic farm in terms of mostly eating insects and green materials, providing organic fertilizer through their droppings, and in a small area generate the most income – the free ranging Desi eggs are in high demand and command a premium price. Broiler chickens are generally less robust, need special feed from companies and need anti-biotics and mor medical care – their eggs are less in demand. We will begin this with 2-4 farmers and expand as we learn.
    2.     Punjab Agricultural University (PAU): Here we can learn through training from both the departments of Organic/Integrated Farming and that of Fruit Sciences (Horticulture), and by getting subsidized Desi chicks and fruit trees. Our two project leaders have been connected and will need to follow up.
    3.     Gurdaspur: Here we need to continue extension for good agriculture practices (that use less water, less tillage, less fertilizer and pesticides, and are lower cost). To this needs to be added food processing and fruit processing activities. This activity is more geared for transformative practices and are good for all sizes of farmers. Also, food processing can be added for the new FPO, “Batala Foods”.

    Here is a description of the Action Items regarding PAU.

    Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana – Action Items
    In a meeting with Vice Chancellor Dr. Gosal (arranged by Dr. Milkha Singh Aulakh), he clearly stated that since PAGRI is as a foreign registered organization, PAU cannot sign an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with us, and since they are not FCRA (Foreign Contributions Regulation Act) approved, they cannot channel funds for us. Once we have an organization registered in India, they can fully cooperate. Thanks to Dr. Aulakh, we visited with Dr. Walia (Director Organic and Integrated Farming – at his office and on their 2.5-acre demonstration plot) and Dr. Harminder Singh (Director Fruit Sciences or Horticulture – on their plot).

    The following activities should be pursued by our project leaders in Punjab as follows:
    1.     Training for farmers (free at PAU and Rs. 300 per group at their site – the latter should be immediately pursued as it makes the farmers eligible for subsidies).  
    2.     Supply of Desi Chicks and fruit trees and at a discounted rate
    3.     Extension work by PAU personnel on the farms of our farmers for the two above areas – Faridkot and Gurdaspur.

  • 01/24/2023

    Our Plans for 2023



    We will certainly be reporting and letting you know the benefits of your donations!

    Please stay engaged. Special outreach events will occur in June (Worl Environment Day), October and then the "Power of Giving" event in November.

    We start by thanking our donors, supporters, advisors and those active on the ground in Punjab. For those of you who donated in 2021 and 2022 and especially those who donated via Dasvandh Network in November 2022, we thank you from the bottom of our heart. The success of the November 2022 fundraising on Dasvandh Network for Pagri was due to the matching funds arranged by Dasvandh and because many of you responded to appeals by our president and others. Thanks for giving us the resources to be effective in 2023! We will keep reporting on our progress, and the extent to which we are helping Punjab’s farmers.


    Early in 2021, we registered as a nonprofit organization in the state of Illinois, USA, with Lal Singh as president, Kuldeep Singh Sra as treasurer, and Harinder Singh Lamba as secretary. Since then, thanks to the contacts developed by our president, we have developed extensive contacts in Punjab and a network of supporters in the US and Canada. In 2022, we used this information to launch two projects in Punjab that we describe briefly below.

    Pagri’s mission is to help transform the agriculture of Punjab to one that is better environmentally and economically, to help its farmers (especially small farmers) increase their incomes, to help consumers get clean and healthy nutritious food, and then to help with all the post-harvest methods from storage to food processing.

    Important News!

    Our president, Lal Singh, visited Punjab recently, solidified relationships, held meetings in a couple of places and got feedback on how best to proceed. It also became clear that Pagri should be at the table in convincing the new Punjab government to change policies to help transform agriculture and to benefit farmers. We will be engaging in this process.

    Our Plans for 2023

    1.     Expanding Current Projects
    a.     Extension for Better Agricultural Practices – Leader, Gurbinder Bajwa
    This project provides a much-needed extension activity to guide farmers on lower cost agriculture, environmentally friendly practices and (chemical) residual free crops. An example is to use the direct seeding of rice (DSR) that uses much less water and then mulches the straw (instead of burning it), and then plants the wheat seeds among the mulch without tillage – savings all around in water, fertilizer, diesel fuel, and pesticides and herbicides – all expensive inputs. This project will help in those areas that are favorable for high value basmati rice, while helping all other areas of Punjab transition out of rice.
    b.    Educating Farmers for Organic Farming – Leader, Balwinder Singh
    Here we are working to identify and support willing farmers who will implement new lower cost organic farming type practices, so that these farmer’s fields can act as demonstration sites and motivate other farmers to change their practices from the current wheat-rice monocultures. The objective here is to create a revolution among small farmers through actual ground level action. This also needs a parallel activity to convince consumers of the higher value of organic produce, so that they are willing to pay more for it (as now happens in the US).
    2.    Addition of Project for Integrated Farming – Leader, Dr. Rachhpal Bajwa
    This project will be added to Pagri projects and will be posted on Dasvandh Network and the Pagri website. We are looking for good ways to implement this project activity and emphasis. The benefit of such an approach is that it helps farmer incomes on small areas of land by adding, say, poultry, dairy and fodder crops, with use of manure as fertilizer.
    3.    Addition of Project for Food Processing
    Through bad agricultural policies, Punjab lags way behind Haryana in food processing, which is a high value-added post-harvest activity that also helps mop up surpluses that depress prices. With the advice of above project leaders or food processing experts such as Harpreet Singh Bhatti and Puneet Singh Thind, and our project leaders, we will attempt to define how a small activity can be started here.
    4.     Information Technology Tasks
    This will aim at revamping the Pagri website to act as decisive center for disseminating information (education, news, project activities, articles, videos, feedback, etc.) and encouraging interactions. After completing that we will be establishing pages for Pagri on FaceBook and YouTube so as to have a dynamic presence of Pagri on social media. All future newsletters will also be published on the Blog page of our website.
    5.    Online Marketing
    Online technology development will be looked at through the development of, say, a Farmer to Consumer App (so consumers can contact area farmers and by directly) – take this App and have it beta tested and then rolled out. Another activity that has been conceived is to provide online advice on FPOs (Food Processing Organizations) to farmers from experts and for farmers to communicate amongst themselves and use it as an organizing tool.

    Others who will be providing core support in Pagri are:

    Birender Singh
    Manny Singh – Strategic Adviser
    Sheena Sawhney – Outreach and host of online events

    We look forward to your increasing support in 2023 so that we can implement our expanded activities and do even more.

    We will certainly be reporting and letting you know the benefits of your donations!

    Harinder Lamba
    Secretary, Pagri

  • 11/25/2022

    Many Thanks Donors for Your Support

    Dear Donors who donated during the Dasvandh "Power of Giving Week" - Nov. 11-20, 2022

    Many many thanks from our fearless president, Lal Singhji and the entire Pagri team, for supporting Pagri activities and projects by donating. That is a vote of confidence in Pagri, and believe me, we will live up to your expectations by doing good work to transform Punjab's agriculture and to increase the incomes of farmers. We will provide you here with very regular feedback on the progress we are able to achieve and the benefits to farmers and agriculture. Your donations will be spent well and to make the most focussed impact to acheive meaningful results.

    We are also geting geared to send you regular Newsletters using Mailchimp, where you should see more personalized communications. 

    Our two project updates and thanks are also being provided - these are the "Extension for Good Agriculturla Practices" and "Educating Farmers for Organic Farming", which you can also see to the right of our main Pagri organization description. 

    Harinder Lamba

    Secretary, Pagri

  • 11/25/2022

    We will be Expanding Our Activities Also

    Dear Pagri Supporters,

    We will be adding a new project soon for an Integrated Farming Project, that you will be seeing as soon as we have it fully defined in terms of a photo and description. 

    In the new year, our President Lal Singhji wants to expand our activity. So, we also will be defining project activity relating to food processing, and using your donations to improve our online technology, both the US and in Punjab - direct communications between farmers and consumers and an online way for food processing experts to advise farmers about Farmers Producer Organizations (FPOs).

    Harinder Lamba

    Secretary, Pagri

  • 09/05/2022

    Transforming Projects - Extension & Organic Farmin

    Dear Pagri Supporters:

    We have transfromed our two projects to the ones as follows:

    1.Extension for good agricultural practices, environmentally friendly practices, lower cost cultivation and residual free crops - Project Leader, Gurbinder Singh Bajwa, Gurdaspur

    2.Education and help to farmers to transition to organic farming - Project Leader, Balwinder Singh, Faridkot.

    Please visit the two projects of Pagri to see all the exciting details of these two great projects with two expert, motivated and sincere leaders.

    All of this is being achieved under the very able leadership of our Pagri President, Lal Singhji, who got us in touch with these persons and motivated us to start these projects. We need your donations to support these projects!

    Harinder Lamba

    Secretary Pagri

  • 06/13/2022

    An Update to Overall Pagri Activities

    Dear Friends,

    We are finally ramping up our activities with significant actions being initiated in the following areas:

    1. Drirect extension to farmers so that they can implement better agriculturla practices.

    2. Online support to farmers in their efforts to form Farmer's Producer Organizations (FPOs)

    3. Online App to directly link farmers to customers

    4. Further developing direct marketing by farmers and possibly setting up a demonstration site

    5. Direct support for FPO formation for crops like Basmati rice and Sugracane.

    Harinder Lamba

    Secretary, PAGRI


Name Donate Amount Date
K. S. $10.00 May 2023
J. B. $10.00 May 2023
Bindu Desai $101.00 May 2023
K. S. $10.00 April 2023
J. B. $10.00 April 2023
K. S. $10.00 March 2023
J. B. $10.00 March 2023
K. S. $10.00 February 2023
J. B. $10.00 February 2023
Sarv Singh $25.00 January 2023
K. S. $10.00 January 2023
J. B. $10.00 January 2023
K. S. $10.00 December 2022
J. B. $10.00 December 2022
Shivjit Singh Hundle $200.00 November 2022
Match Fund $250.00 November 2022
Lal Singh $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $150.00 November 2022
Karamjeet Singh Bhatnura $10.00 November 2022
J. B. $10.00 November 2022
Anneeth Kaur Hundle $100.00 November 2022
Harpreet Chawla $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
Sadhu Rikhiraj $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
Ranbir Sokhi $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
Jasbir Saluja $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $250.00 November 2022
Karamjeet Singh Bhatnura $250.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
Amanda Arsenault $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $250.00 November 2022
Amarjit Singh $250.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
Rachhpal Bajwa $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
Devinder Singh $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
Ishmeet Singh $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $51.00 November 2022
Swati Garg $51.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
Devinder Singh $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $170.00 November 2022
Somal Watches Clocks Parts & Tools Supply Ltd. Harinder Singh $170.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
K. S. $500.00 November 2022
Match Fund $200.00 November 2022
Kabal Gill $200.00 November 2022
Match Fund $200.00 November 2022
Aman Dhillon $200.00 November 2022
Match Fund $200.00 November 2022
SUKHWINDER BRAICH $200.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
Jaspreet Singh $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
Narinderpal S Sood $800.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
H. K. $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
Saihajpreet Singh $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
Sheena Sawhney $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
Navjot Singh $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $200.00 November 2022
Sarwan Singh Raju $200.00 November 2022
Match Fund $50.00 November 2022
HARJINDER DHANJAL $50.00 November 2022
Match Fund $100.00 November 2022
Dharm Bains $100.00 November 2022
Match Fund $101.00 November 2022
Rajinder Mago $101.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
JAGJIT KALEKA $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $30.00 November 2022
Kuldip Singh Makker $30.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
LAL SINGH $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
INDER MOHINI $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $10.00 November 2022
Harinder Lamba $10.00 November 2022
Match Fund $400.00 November 2022
Kuldeep Sra $400.00 November 2022
Match Fund $300.00 November 2022
Harinder Lamba $300.00 November 2022
Anonymous $400.00 March 2022
Rajinder Mago $101.00 December 2021
Harinder Lamba $100.00 December 2021

Current Projects


Educating Farmers about Organic Farming

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Extension for Good Agricultural Practices

Extension for Good Agricultural Practices: Support Pagri's project in Punjab. Gurbind