About Us

The Green People is a community that is working towards a conceptually new blend of Eco-Tourism, Agro-Tourism and Rural-Tourism. Our efforts are driven towards economic development of rural India by offering the insight into the impact of human beings on the environment and thus bridging the gap between rural and urban India. Our beliefs are rooted in reviving old traditions of farming and associated practices. We wish to make the land of the Gods the heaven it was. We work towards letting the people of the hills stay and take up occupations that are gradually becoming redundant. Our desire is to promote development alongside ecologically responsible means.

We are a young organization run by spirited individuals who have come together for a common goal. We are from all walks of life and some of us are volunteering for the love of the hills. Our Agenda is to bring significant environmental, conservation, social and economic benefits to all sectors of the society.

Bakri Chhap Natural Himalayan Produce comes directly from the farmers of Himalayas who are on the verge of leaving agriculture due to the fact that they have not been getting good prices for their produce.  This happens mainly because of too many middlemen between the actual producer and final consumer.  Green People, through Bakri Chhap, is Creating a brand for the farmers of Himalayan Villages.

Differentiator

  • Natural produce with minimalistic or no inorganic chemicals by promoting ancient and natural forms of agriculture.
  • Preserving Micro-Culture in Villages to create a conducive platform for reverse migration by creating profitable and sustainable agricultural and related practices.
  • Encouraging regional micro-cuisine by engaging national and global Culinary experts in our journey to basics.
  • Diversified product portfolio- Creating a Nutritious and Diversified Platter of usual derivations of wheat and rice paired with almost extinct (Due to lack of good price and market) food grains and pulses like Mandua, Zhangoora, Gahat, Sunta, Bajranga, Bhatt, Rare Rajma, etc.
  • Collection Centers at the Door Step of Farmers in Himalayas - plucking out middlemen from the food supply chain management, thus reducing the gap between Growers and Consumers to almost NIL.