Ethnicity and the utilization of non-wood forest products: findings from three Philippine villages

@article{LacunaRichman2003EthnicityAT,
  title={Ethnicity and the utilization of non-wood forest products: findings from three Philippine villages},
  author={Celeste Lacuna-Richman},
  journal={Silva Fennica},
  year={2003},
  volume={37}
}
The utilization and trade of non-wood forest products in three villages in the Philippines were compared in this study. Two villages were situated close to each other on the Island of Palawan. The Tagbanua, an indigenous people, inhabited one village; migrants from the Visayas Region of the Philippines populated the other. The third village is located on the Island of Leyte, in the Visayas Region, populated by native Visayan settlers. There was no signifi cant difference in the number of NWFPs… 
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