Honey Bee Festival by Adivasis in Bhimashankar Sanctuary area
Display and sale of wild bee honey and other local produce, reading of children's book on honeybees, presentations by local people, painting ...
Riches of the soil - the wealth in local knowledge systems
Dependence on uncultivated foods adds a richness to diets, which has saved many lives during times of calamity.
Why Odisha’s Tribal Women Are Returning to Their Natural Roots for Guidance on Food
These women are going back to their native wisdom to, at least, secure the health of their coming generations.
अलीराजपुर में कैशलेस जीवन की झलकियाँ (in Hindi)
आदिवासी गाॅवों में हमने चौदह वर्ष लगभग कैशलेस तरीके से बिताये। सच में बिना कैश के। चूल्हा भी औरतें खुद ही बना लेती थीं। खाना हाथ से ही होता था।
A Common Right: Defending Communal Forests in India
One of the village leaders shares the story of how they were able to protect their lands and secure the future of their community.
The Chizami model of development
How women in a remote Nagaland village are bringing about transformation rooted in traditional Naga practices
Villagers help prevent spread of forest fire
One of the many examples where legal recognition of forest rights is leading to positive results both for people and wildlife.
Ma Bonbibi, mother to humans and tigers
The jungle goddess of the Sundarbans in West Bengal demands that Hindus and Muslims unite in upholding her pact with the animal kingdom
Food fest to revive tribal cuisine
Group organises 'wild food festival' at Bhimashankar to preserve culinary art, get young ones to take pride in dishes