Traditional Forest Conservation Knowledge/Technologies in the Cordillera, Northern Philippines
By: Leni D. Camacho, Marilyn S. Combalicer, Youn Teo-Chang, Edwin A. Combalicer, Antonio P. Carangdang, Sofronio C. Camacho, Catherine C. de Luna, & Lucrecio L. Rebugio
Forest Policy and Economics, 22:3-8
Key words: Cordillera, Forest Conservation Technologies, Gen-gen, Indigenous/traditional knowledge, Lapat, Muyong
In the Philippines, indigenous knowledge has been recognized to contribute to sustainability of production systems, having been validated for their technical and scientific soundness by many investigators. It was in 1992 that the Philippine government gave recognition to the potentials of indigenous knowledge systems following the Earth Summit in 1992. The paper describes the different knowledge systems for natural resources management in the Cordillera as practiced by the people with different beliefs, culture and traditions.

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