Maharashtra's Feast in The Forest

The forest foods movement is about both ancient knowledge and the underlying wisdom of the forest people...

Maharashtra Rural-Urban exchange programme

Crops and vegetables planted within one acre farms by the women gave nutritious and healthy plants for consumption with surplus produce.

Odisha plans to introduce millets in PDS, mid-day meal by year end

The southern region of Odisha is home to many tribals and millets have been their staple diet since generations.

In a Pickle

amla (wild and cultivated gooseberry), star gooseberry, hog plum (amtekai), kokam , ginger, star fruit ( carambola), bamboo shoot, pepper, tamarind...

There is so much to explore in the world of tubers

The tuber stall led by Lakshmi Siddhi registered sales worth ₹11,000!

She, the forest home gardener

Vanastree (of Malnad) is being awarded the NARI SHAKTI PURASKAR (women's power award) for its exemplary work on Women and Seeds.

What we can Learn from the Tribals about Forests as a Source of Food Security

“Forests are the root of our existence. We care for forests as they provide us with food, teach us the way of life, and do not discriminate."

Into the Wild

Forest-grown vegetables like kurdu, chichardi, halunda, chaya, kombhal, kavdar, teryachi bhaji, kate math etc. will be displayed, cooked, and sold

Wild foods festival, yum!

Two more festivals near Bhimashankar: on 17th Sept. '17 and 24th Sept.); contact Pradeep at 9881240472 or Subhash Dolas at 9552809784.

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