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Title: การใช้ภูมิปัญญาชาวบ้านในการอนุรักษ์ป่าชุมชนเพื่อความยั่งยืนของบ้านแม่เอาะ หมู่ 10 ตำบลแม่นาจร อำเภอแม่แจ่ม จังหวัดเชียงใหม่
Other Titles: Use of folk wisdom for community forest conservation for sustainability of Ban Mae O, Moo10, Tambon Mae Na Chon, Amphur Mae Chaem, Changwat Chiang Mai
Authors: อนุรักษ์ ปัญญานุวัฒน์
เอกภพ อัมพาประเสริฐ
Keywords: ภูมิปัญญาชาวบ้าน
การอนุรักษ์ป่าชุมชน
ความยั่งยืน
Issue Date: 2557
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The research, namely “Use of Folk Wisdom for Community Forest Conservation for Sustainability of Ban Mae O, Moo10, Tambon Mae Na Chon, Amphur Mae Chaem, Changwat Chiang Mai” aimed at, firstly, studying the process of community forest knowledge management of Ban Mae O, Moo10, Tambon Mae Na Chon, Amphur Mae Chaem, Chiang Mai Province and, secondly, study the use of folk wisdom for community forest conservation for the sustainability of Ban Mae O, Tambon Mae Na Chon, Amphur Mae Chaem, Chiang Mai Province. This study was conducted in the area of forest community of Ban Mae O, Tambon Mae Na Chon, Amphur Mae Chaem, Chiang Mai Province with the citizens of Ban Mae O. Snowball sampling was used to select the sample and key informants of the study. The important process used to study and collect the data consisted by Non-participant observation, informal interview, and the study of evidence and reference documents providing data relating to Ban Mae O community. The sample of this study was a group of village leaders and the citizens of Ban Mae O. The results of the study stated that the citizen of Ban Mar O one all Pagagayo, a sub-group of Karen. The community had the way of life and the culture that were related to holy objects and superstitions since the community has been living with nature for a long time. Those beliefs, traditions, and cultures influenced the life of the Ban Mae O’s citizens in several aspects, including the occupation. The majority of Ban Mae O’s Pagagayo citizens lived on crop rotation and hill-rice agriculture as their occupation. According to the study, it was found that the main occupation of Ban Mae O’s population was the crop rotation, especially rice plantation. Moreover, the study found that people of Ban Mae O have been strongly maintained their monoculture, such as maize and bean. The community forest and local’s natural resources, as a result, were quickly affected by that way of agriculture. Especially, the area of the community forest was increasingly invaded. Relating to the problem, laws and rules for appropriate use of community forest were set up under the responsibility of the village leaders, the elders in the village, and the village’s committee. Presently, Ban Mae O community still had the belief in living with nature. The belief has been practiced and descended though many generations. In doing rituals, the elders were the leaders or the does of the ceremonies, for example worshiping the spirits of rice field and worshiping the spirits of the river. These activities signified that Pagagayo community of Ban Mae O was capable to use the folk wisdom as a tool to conserve and keep the community forest of Ban Mae O sustainably.
URI: http://repository.cmu.ac.th/handle/6653943832/39803
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