For the majority of Jharkhand’s population, uncultivated foods and edible weeds have been a major source of food and an inexpensive source of micronutrients. Unfortunately, such foods are losing their demand among the population owing to the growing popularity of commercialised foods and crops. The dual crisis of biodiversity loss and nutritional security can be addressed through the traditional wisdom of local communities and indigenous crops. Millets have long been a part of the local cuisine and are well-suited to Jharkhand’s geographical and agro climatic conditions, Millets can prove to be a game changer. Wondering how? Read our report to know more!