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"We wanted to do not just a garden but an organic farm of some scale, in this climate and under these conditions," says Charlie of Aurogreen, "to show that it could work, and, of course, to grow food for Auroville. We believed that we were to do the farming, as everything else here, in a new way, with a new consciousness, which in relation to agriculture meant organically, biologically, naturally, without using a lot of chemicals."[1]


  1. "Finding a new way for Auroville agriculture", David Wickenden, Auroville Review ~5, 1981 as cited in From the Treasure Garden