“We take enough but not too much,” says Fabian Jimbijti, who belongs to the Shua


"We take enough but not too much," says Fabian Jimbijti, who belongs to the Shua


“We take enough but not too much,” says Fabian Jimbijti, who belongs to the Shuar tribe in Ecuador. “It would be a lack of respect for everything and create a total imbalance.”⁠

The focus on nurture and regeneration among indigenous communities contrasts modern agriculture, which typically aims to obtain the highest yields for maximum profit.⁠

So the question is: Can the world learn from indigenous food systems, before they are lost? Tap the link in our bio to find out more. ⁠

(📸 : Courtesy Meset Mashingashi Unkuch, Corporación Unsa)



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