Ethnoecology of the Tsou Peoples: Millet cropping I; (II)    

Distant view of newly developed dry fields. Lalaci Village. First, trees of the pristine forest or secondary growth wood are cut. Then the ground is leveled to make the field.



Newly developed fields. After feeling the forest, the rock and the fallen trees are picked up, waiting for the cultivation. Lalaci Village.



The logs are cut and chopped to the proper lengths, and stacked up. They will be carried home for firewood on the days that the fields are worked. Lalaci Village.




From Segawa's Ethnography, Courtesy of the
SMC Publishing

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