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."
Seeds of diversity, resilience and freedom
Saving, growing and eating desi seeds have become a political, social, economic, ecological, health and scientific imperative.
Slow food festival held in Kotagiri
Tribal groups brought tubers, greens, millets and even milk from indigenous cattle that have been used by them for many generations.
इमली महुआ - स्वातंत्र्याची शाळा (शिक्षण, शिकणं आणि शाळा याविषयी चिंतन) (in Marathi)
प्रत्येक विद्यार्थी दररोज आपण काय करायचं ते ठरवत आलेला आहे. मुलं आपण निवडलेल्या गोष्टीत दिवसभर मग्न राहतात एवढं खरं!
Musings on Education, Learning and Schooling in the context of Imlee Mahuaa School
Every child has determined what he/she will do at School that day. Every child is busy throughout the day, engrossed in whatever he/she has chosen...
Yatra to highlight tribal way of agriculture
Minor foodgrains such as kuri, kodra, bati, baota, kang, cheena, hama, hamli and gujro have a better nutritional value than wheat.
With nature for company
Merging traditional way of understanding weather with science and technology can augment adaptation to climate change too.
How skateboarding brings social change in Madhya Pradesh village
The skatepark had just two rules—“Girls first” and “No school, no skateboarding”—the rest was left up to the kids.
Into the Wild
Forest-grown vegetables like kurdu, chichardi, halunda, chaya, kombhal, kavdar, teryachi bhaji, kate math etc. will be displayed, cooked, and sold