An Ancient Desert-Dwelling Culture Embraces Hydroponics

With droughts on the rise, India's pastoralists are turning to modern techniques to conserve water — and a way of life.

An Ancient Desert-Dwelling Culture Embraces Hydroponics

With droughts on the rise, India's pastoralists are turning to modern techniques to conserve water — and a way of life.

Credit: Desert Resource Centre

Vandana K is an independent journalist based in Delhi, India. She covers the environment, climate and gender from an intersectional lens.

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