Conservation of Biodiversity and Local Cuisine under the Participation of Mpi at Ban Dong, Suankeun Sub-district, Maung District, Lampang Province

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Paweena Ngamprapasom


           This biodiversity conservation of local cuisine under the participation of Mpi ethnic group in Suankeun sub-district, Muang district, Phrae province aims to conserve and preserve the biodiversity of local cuisine under the participatory action research with relative stakeholders from all sectors. Nowadays, local experiencing a lack of successors. Especially foods such as identity. Kam Pu Pae, Ka Nhae Ka La, Sa Pa and Kling La Hoh Sue Ko.

          Therefore, people in Ban Dong community have proposed guidelines for local cuisine conservation and preservation as follows; 1) The event has contributed to preserve local food, 2) workshops on traditional local cuisine to new generations, 3) Disseminating information about local cuisine, and 4) Exchange how to cook. The communities selected to host a workshop on traditional cuisine to a new generation. Operating activities People are satisfied at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.29), only by helping young people to eat local food as possible (gif.latex?\bar{x}= 4.43). The second is to help local residents of Umm birth and heritage conservation to continue ( gif.latex?\bar{x}= 4.41). And prospects participating (gif.latex?\bar{x}= 4.35), respectively. And future community activities should be continued. The leaders of the community should have a role in major events in the future. To ensure continued sustainability.

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Ngamprapasom, P. (2018). Conservation of Biodiversity and Local Cuisine under the Participation of Mpi at Ban Dong, Suankeun Sub-district, Maung District, Lampang Province. Journal of Cultural Approach, 19(35), 38–48. Retrieved from
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