In India, Farmers are Struggling due to Climate and Resources

Most rural Indian parents dream of an education and job in the city for their children, rather than a life spent farming. But with a growing migration to cities, there is concern India might not be able to produce enough food to feed its people. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the Foundation for Ecological Security's effort to restore rural land and communities.

About two-thirds of India's 1.3 billion people live on small subsistence farms, struggling to eke out a living. Many farmers have felt left behind as crops have failed or diminished due to disease, degraded soil and drought. Now thousands are returning to traditional seeds that went out fashion decades ago -- an approach that's gaining attention.