Culture and Heritage

The Camel Reaches to the Next Level

We all know that camel is very important animal, especially the driest parts of the globe, ranging from a food security animal to packing, accessibility to heritage and sport to a hobby animal. Camel is making its space in other regions and continents both as a dairy animal (Holland, Germany, Australia, and the US) and …

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The Farming System that Ensures Biodiversity Conservation

Small scaled family farming plays a multidimensional role, ensuring not only livelihood but play a pivotal role in biodiversity conservation. Such farmers judiciously use the weeds and herbs grown along with the crops and use the crop residues as animal feed. Here are some pictures, I shot in my hometown Borai, Loralai which show us the beauty of this unique farming system. The farmer told me that he never used any pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

The Ultimate Choice or an Old Song with the New Drum?

I hereby to start a discussion about the selection of genetic resource for livelihood in the difficult ecosystems of the world. In my view, a true and durable sustainability of food production can be achieved with the tool of the local/native genetic resources embodied with the traditional knowledge.  *Sustainability in true sense means ‘considering the …

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Easy and Fast vs the Difficult and Slow Milking Camels~The Arabs’ Traditional Knowledge

Arab Traditional Knowledge and the related terminologies about the camel milking traits or dairy traits

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