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Innovations as Part of Sustainable Practices in Biocultural Landscapes: Experiences from Rotational Farming in the Hin Lad Nai Community of Northern Thailand

by Pernilla Malmer and Prasert Trakansuphakon . . Rotational farming is traditionally practiced in a variety of biocultural landscapes across the world and contributes to sustainable livelihoods and biodiversity conservation. Despite this, it is sometimes viewed as unsophisticated and even illegal, in particular, by powerful actors who prefer forests be used for exploitation or as

Hta: How Karen Farming Saved a Forest in Thailand and Its Poetry Changed International Policy

Text by Viveca Mellegård | Photos by Pernilla Malmer With words & lived experience of members of the Karen Community of Hin Lad Nai and input from Pernilla Malmer . . “Live with the water, care for the river, live with trees, care for the forest. Live with the fish, care for the spawning grounds, live