In Karnataka, South India, women farmers engage with indigenous and local food sovereignty practices used before the Green Revolution. The video highlights two women from the local community, Mrs. Hombalamma and Mrs. Jayarathnamma, who both practice forms of local food sovereignty. Having internalized the need for biodiversity in agriculture, Mrs. Hombalamma grows a variety of crops on her land. She takes care to conserve her seeds and supplies them to the confederation of local farmers. Mrs. Jayarathnamma also conserves and protects seeds from her robust vegetable garden. Women and their agricultural knowledge, specifically their work with seed conservation, play a pivotal role in Karnataka’s food system. Photo Credit: Video Capture