Wild food means good food: CIFOR study

In Tanzania, women supplement their families’ diets by collecting foods that grow wild near their homes. They gather edible species while weeding, they collect wild vegetables they pass on their way to and from their farms, and they’ll take certain routes to collect firewood knowing they’ll pass by spots where sought-after species grow. In this... Read more

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