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.

From Close Quarters: Protecting an Adivasi Culture the State Wants to Destroy

The unrest in and around Bastar is fundamentally about respect, dignity and trust in our behaviour towards other people

It is hard to Understand What is Private and What is Common

Adivasi Food Festival-2017 was a celebration of a tradition that has seen many a loss but still has refused to succumb to misfortune

भीमाशंकर अभयारण्यात मधमाश्या महोत्सव - आदिवासींचा उपक्रम (in Marathi)

वन उपजांवर आधारित उपजीविकांना प्रोत्साहन देण्याचे स्थानीय महिलांच्या जय सत्गुरू स्व-मदत गटासह कल्पवृक्ष व अन्य गटांचे प्रयत्न सुरू आहेत.

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.

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