This video presentation uses stories from the field to demonstrate how indigenous communities value and use wild foods and highlight the key challenges they are facing.
Read this summary of an introductory discussion on wild foods, biodiversity and livelihood arranged by one of the SIANI Expert Groups.
We seek the stories from people and organizations who harvest and consume wild foods and work with wild foods conservation, restoration and revival.
Read this impact story of how SIANI has promoted land rights for women and indigenous people on the international agenda.
Hunting has a bad reputation and is rarely considered in forest governance and conservation strategies. But what if, instead, we tried to learn from it?
Welcome to this first meeting in a series of dialogue seminars initiated by Focali at GMV in collaboration with SIANI, GGBC, GAC, LUCSUS and other partners interested to join this initiative. The...
Going to the Third International Conference on Community Land and Resource Rights held in Stockholm, I did not expect to find myself in the middle of the Amazon sharing a canoa with a member of...
Promoting traditional food cultures like the Sámi one is not about putting them into some outdoor museum or treating them like mere folklore. It is about learning from creativity, which grew from the need of self-sufficiency and subsistence in a harsh climate, it is about making the best use of the richness of knowledge and ideas for new-old trends, like nose-to-tail cooking or foraging.