Landless tribes fulfill nutritient needs by growing vegetables in bags
Bori bagicha, which means garden-in-a-bag, was initiated as the villagers do not own land where they can grow vegetables
Rajasthan tribals’ struggle for indigenous practices highlighted at U.N. event
The tribal communities in Banswara, Dungarpur and Udaipur districts earlier had a (sustainable) forest resource-based livelihood
तालाबंदी में जंगल से आती है भोजन की थाली (in Hindi)
कोविद के समय जब बाजार बंद हो गए तब जंगल ने दिया खाना और पोषण। जंगल हैं आत्मनिर्भरता के प्रतीक
How to Save Forest Culture? ‘Silent’ Battle by Odisha’s Kondhs is The Right Lesson
The men, women and children from every family worked on a war footing to replant, restore and replenish the beauty of their aboriginal mother – the...
Maha gramsabha: A Unique Initiative In Central India
Apart from resistance against mining and implementation of forest rights, what other activities are taking place at the MGS level?
The arrogance of the ignorant
Forests inhabited by Adivasis are some of the best conserved in the subcontinent ... and ‘indigenous knowledge’ is invaluable.
From Lodhi Garden to your dining table: Foraging for food in New Delhi
“Most of the plants dismissed as weeds are edible and we don’t even know it. We walk past them every day ..."
Tribals urge parties to ensure food security
"Tribals have an enormous storehouse of knowledge on food gathering, shifting hill cultivation, pastoralism, labour and handicrafts,”
Festival of Uncultivated Food: Weeding out the myths
Edible plants and crops which we ignoramuses tend to dismiss as weeds, are plants that grow without their seeds being sown and alongside other crops.