Wild plant food in agricultural environments: a study of occurrence, management, and gathering rights in Northeast Thailand.

L.L. Price

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Abstract

This article examines the gathering of wild plant foods in agricultural environments and utilizes research conducted among rice cultivators in northeast Thailand as the case study. The management of wild food plants and gathering rights on agricultural land are closely linked to women's roles as farmers and land owners, as well as gatherers and marketers of these resources
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)209-221
JournalHuman Organization
Volume56
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1997

Keywords

  • economics
  • foods
  • food supply
  • nutrition
  • food production
  • agriculture
  • wild plants
  • women
  • thailand
  • botany
  • economic botany
  • land rights

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