We think that there are several things, in our opinion, as the Kasepuhan Pasir Eurih indigenous youth, become interesting experiences during our meaningful participation with the Being and Becoming Indigenous program.
First, the indigenous young generation has the space to get to know each other and collectively learn about their customary traditions. Second, indigenous young women document medicinal plants and local food through chats and cooking practices with mothers and they are very happy because this has never happened before. Third, indigenous youths are inspired to form Young Farmer Groups, one of which has a collective garden that is owned and managed directly by youth. We see the garden as a place to put our agricultural knowledge into practice, play and express our creativity.