AT India is a non-government organization that works with mountain communities of Uttarakhand, offering them innovative alternatives to subsistence agriculture. Its broad mission is to assist village communities in the Western Himalayan eco-region to conserve their natural resources while utilizing these resources and non timber forest products (NTFPs) in a socially equitable, economically efficient and ecologically sustainable manner. The organization operates under the premise that attaining economic and managerial control over their natural resources will instinctively provide local communities the impetus to support long-term biodiversity conservation goals.
AT India's "Oak Tasar Silk Program, that helps conserve forests", won the prestigious World Bank Development Marketplace Award for the year 2004.
Recipient of the Best Field implementation Agency Award of the UNDP for 2003.
DevBhumi Honey was nominated for the Slow Foods Award in 1998
DevBhumi Honey has been recognized by the Fair Trade Federation of America.