Traditional Diversity in Indigenous Diets

Traditional Diversity in Indigenous Diets

Photo (c) UN, Martine Perret

Traditional Diversity in Indigenous Diets

Agricultural diversity is embedded in traditional diets of indigenous peoples around the world. Preserving indigenous knowledge is in effect, saving the world's agricultural diversity that is quickly disappearing from the overwhelming rise of modern monocultures.

Published by Eco Agriculture Partners, the Landscapes Blog for People, Food, and Nature explores how important indigenous agricultural knowledge is to preserving wild food and diverse crops. 

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