Into the Wild
Forest-grown vegetables like kurdu, chichardi, halunda, chaya, kombhal, kavdar, teryachi bhaji, kate math etc. will be displayed, cooked, and sold
Can farming mean a permanent renewal of life?
For the past three decades, the practice of permaculture has found acceptance from not just rural communities in India but also from urbanites
The Food Culture of Khasi Hills
This photo story captures glimpses of the food culture of the Khasis which is largely influenced by the biodiverse hills of Meghalaya.
Experts stressed revival of millet farming in Odisha
Millets farming does not need fertilizers and pesticides to grow and also can be cultivated in low irrigated and even non-irrigated areas.
The Slow Food Junior Chef’s Academy Summer Camp
"You use hing (asophetida) in your cooking, but do you know what it actually is? No? Then go and find out."
Reviving a River, Reviving a Lost Culture
Tribal elders in downstream communities seek restoration of Myntdu River that has been destroyed by decades of coal mining.
Understanding Tribal Agriculture
Tribal agriculture systems are in harmony with nature as well as the food and nutrition needs of people. They are risk minimising systems
Sherdukpen: finding a recipe to fit the future
Enthusiastic bands of young people from this small tribal community in Arunachal Pradesh are trying to ind their future to their traditional roots
India’s unseen foods
The surprise that people would throw away or not notice edible, tasty and nutritious plants echoes from Punjab to Bihar to Assam, if you talk to lo...