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Sundarbans women lead the way in making dairy farms organic
by Sahana Ghosh
Mongabay-India Translate This Article
5 December 2018
On 5 December 2018 Mongabay-India reported:
An organic dairy co-operative has helped improve the financial and social lives of numerous women in Sundarban region. Women members of the dairy co-operative society want to increase reliance on organic farming, turning to traditional agricultural practices.
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. . . As members of the Chowrangi Women Dairy Cooperative Society (CWDCS), they collect milk from native cow breeds, pour them in steel milk cans and diligently present their product at the co-operative's collection centre for testing.
. . . CWDCS is affiliated to the Sunderban Cooperative Milk and Livestock Producers' Union and sells its products under the 'Sundarini Naturals' brand, an initiative of the West Bengal government. CWDCS is one of 70 such all-women run co-operative operating in the region.
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