Khetee promotes agro-ecological farming using the model of agroforestry which keeps prosperity of a farmer and the nature together at the center. They have developed a unique fellowship program for farmers and aspiring farmers to enable them to build agro-ecological model farms. Additionally, they also organize training program for farmers for their capacity building in regenerative farming. Khetee is striving for systemic transformation in the way agriculture is practiced, its relationship with the market and the policies that are made around it
Kumar Neeraj has a degree in law at the KSLU’s law school, Hubli. Prior to founding Khetee, Neeraj got into Kanthari in Thiruvananthapuram for a one-year leadership course in social change where he took up the opportunity to do a lot of field work, volunteer at farms, and learn about different agricultural practices.
Dharamjeet stands for dignity, connectedness, and equity. Growing up in a farming family, the importance of knowledge and skills to exercise agency is something he understands wholly. This evolved as a passion for social change leading him to pursue an MA in Development from Azim Premji University and eventually work in Majuli as part of the Clinton Fellowship. Post fellowship, he co-founded Ayang spearheading the livelihood initiatives of the organisation.