Adjusted Water Management in Rice Cultivation

Welcome to Project Varri, a groundbreaking initiative focused on transforming water management practices in rice cultivation across 7 districts in Telangana, covering an expansive 50,000 hectares.



7 Districts of Telangana, spanning 50,000 Hectares.


The primary goal of Project Varri is to mitigate methane emissions by implementing Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD) practices in rice cultivation.

Environmental Impact

Emission Reductions

Through the adoption of AWD practices, Project Varri aims to reduce methane emissions by approximately 4 Lakh tons of CO2 equivalent, making a substantial contribution to four Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Social Transformation

Farming Practices Revolutionized

Beyond its environmental impact, Project Varri has revolutionized traditional farming practices. The adoption of AWD processes has not only improved crop yields but has also brought about a positive socio-economic transformation within the farming community.

Elevated Livelihoods

The project has played a pivotal role in elevating the livelihoods of farmers, fostering economic prosperity within the community. By embracing sustainable agricultural methods, Project Varri seeks to create a lasting positive impact on the lives of those involved in rice cultivation.

Financial Outlook

Expected Carbon Credits

Project Varri anticipates generating 4 Lakh carbon credits annually.

Monetization Strategy

These carbon credits are monetizable at $10 per credit, creating a potential revenue stream that can be reinvested in sustaining the project’s long-term objectives.


The monetization period is set for 10 years, providing a consistent and reliable financial foundation for ongoing efforts.


Project Varri stands as a testament to the transformative power of sustainable agricultural practices. By addressing environmental concerns, uplifting local communities, and presenting a viable financial model, this initiative is a beacon of hope for a more sustainable and prosperous future. Join us in the journey towards responsible water management and a greener tomorrow.