The 7th Class

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The recipes of the dishes to be taught VII, at the William Lewis Boy’s Home, Mawphlang read – sautéed mushrooms and peas, fried minced chicken with beetroot sauce, mixed tomato salad with gras snut (locally known as sohphlang) and chicken … Continue reading

Monsanto is about to sue an entire country

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From THE SUM OF US email: What happens when small farmers in Guatemala save seeds from one year to the next, as they have for centuries? They get up to four years in prison. That’s according to the “Monsanto Law,” … Continue reading

Community Garden Harvest – The Last Distribution

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The Community Garden Initiative completed its first phase on the 21st of October with the delivery of the last harvest to the families living in Punjabi Line, Lum Sohra. The families were selected to be the recipients of the Community … Continue reading

Moving Forward – The Kids Kitchen

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The 6th class started with a brief introduction to the dishes the boys were going to be cooking that day – Ja-ut (a local herb with a distinctly fresh aroma) mashed potatoes, potato chops, smoked pork veggie stew and flavoured dry fried beans. Continue reading

Gen Youth promoting Agro-biodiversity – ShankardevCollege

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NESFAS has always stressed on the importance of the role played by the youth in the promotion of agrobiodiversity and, for a while now, has set its sights on the creation of Youth Food Clubs in the North East. Thus, … Continue reading

Documentation

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NESFAS has taken collaborative measures to document food festivals, storytellers, agricultural practices, cultural diversity, plants and ethnobotanical information and other related activities and events. The documentation of agrobiodiversity is paramount for maintaining visibility to a wide audience. This information gathering … Continue reading

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