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How India can learn to tackle climate change from its indigenous communities

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NESFAS @ the NEAT Fest

What to expect: Great Food – The NESFAS stall will feature Indigenous food from Nongtraw, East Khasi Hills and our famous Millet Banana Cake with Sohiiong sauce. There will also be food stalls from West Khasi Hills and Bhutan. Useful … Continue reading

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The Ark of Taste

The Ark of Taste is an international catalogue of endangered heritage foods which is maintained and coordinated by the international Slow Food movement based in Bra, Italy. The Ark, like the Biblical Noah’s Ark, is designed to preserve at-risk foods … Continue reading

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“Link biodiversity with the pleasures of food”

“My experience with international organisations taught me that there is a need for a more inclusive approach that treats the custodians of traditional knowledge and modern day researchers as equal, but diverse, knowledge holders. The well-being of future generations cannot … Continue reading

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Grass and Leaf Graduation

The women farmers giggled as they were given an award by way of honour on March 8, 2014. The semi-formal ceremony was underway at the North East Network’s resource centre in Chizami, Phek district of Nagaland. The women farmers were … Continue reading

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Workhop for citrus promotion

This article appeared in the Eastern Chronicle 2nd March 2014.

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