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Thailand's Karen rotational farmers seek recognition as stewards of biodiversity

Indigenous communities in the Thai highlands are enlisting culture and identity to negotiate an end to the government's ban on their unique methods of rotational farming. Utilising biodiversity and local knowledge, communities are able to cultivate food while allowing the forest to flourish.
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