Asia

  • Farmers Chaudhry Sukhvir Singh and Chaudhry Singh at a farm near the town of Indri in India's Haryana state. (Aru Pande/VOA)
  • Poplar trees planted among rice plants at a farm near the town of Indri in India's Haryana state. (Aru Pande/VOA)
  • Poplar trees planted on farm near the town of Indri in India's Haryana state. (Aru Pande/VOA)
  • A farm near the town of Indri in India's Haryana state. (Aru Pande/VOA)
  • Farmer Chaudhry Rajinder Singh tending to cattle at a farm near the town of Indri in India's Haryana state. (Aru Pande/VOA)

Indian Farmers Fighting Pollution One Tree at a Time

Published August 30, 2013


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