Dr. Harisha R P

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Dr. Harisha R P
Program Associate
hari@atree.org
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I started my career in environment research at Center for Ecological Science, Indian Institute of Science in 2003 after a master degree in Botany. At present, I am working on an interdisciplinary approach to the conservation of natural resources, sustainable practices by involving the local community and their knowledge. Also interested in wild food plants use knowledge, socioeconomic, cultural values and policy tools in benefit sharing and conservation.

Thesis Title: 
A STUDY OF THE WILD FOOD PLANTS AMONG THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES OF MALAI MADESHWARA HILLS, SOUTH INDIA
Graduation Batch: 
2019

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Journal Articles

Harisha, P., Gowthami, R., & Siddappa Setty, R. 2021 Vocal to local: indigenous dietary practices and diversity of wild food plants in Malai Mahadeswara wildlife sanctuary, South India Ethnobotany Research and Applications, 22, 1–27. Retrieved from https://ethnobotanyjournal.org/index.php/era/article/view/2949
Harisha R.P., Siddappa Setty R., Ravikanth G. 2021 Dependency and economic benefits of the use of wild food plants among tribal communities in Malai Madeshawara Hills wildlife sanctuary, Southern India Future of Food: Journal on Food, Agriculture and Society 9 (1), ISSN-Internet 2197-411x OLCL 862804632, DOI : 10.17170/kobra-202011192211