Hill agriculture in northern India is subsistence farming system on scattered landholding in both rainfed and irrigated conditions. HARC believes that so as to ensure the food and economic security of the marginal farmers, we need a shift from subsistence to commercial farming to some measurable extant, focussing climate change. The commercial farming includes temperate to subtropical horticulture and vegetable crops and transfer of technologies as per the landscape of hill region. As agriculture is the primary sector of the economy to the inhabitants and having a strong belief in Human Resource Development, HARC is working on demonstration and production plan for varieties of fruits and vegetables resilient to the changing climatic conditions. Agribusiness model suitable to hill regions has also been developed including value chains in different hill crops. The other crops grown are pulses, oilseeds and millets in many cropping systems and as intercrops. HARC is striving for the blending modern technologies in these traditional crops to maximize the yield and ensure seed for future in hill region.