Indigenous Agriculture (IA) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal that publishes papers and reports on the supporting-opposite theory, related methods, and best practices of indigenous agriculture. The journal welcomes articles that ground theoretical reflections, qualitative and quantitative studies discussions, and examples of best practices focusing on indigenous agriculture. While IA focuses on indigenous agriculture in Indonesia and Wallacea, research and community services exploring agriculture contexts and experiences worldwide are welcome. IA seeks to foster debate between academicians, researchers, companies, government, NGO, and community groups on indigenous agriculture's profound shifting paradigms, problems, and practical outcomes of indigenous agriculture.


Published: Jul 20, 2023

Identifying Local Knowledge and Meaning of Rural Farming Communities in the Modernization Era

67-78 Irmayani Irmayani, Darmawan, Poornika Kumari Seelagama, Feby Sri Sukmayana, Sitti Rahbiah, Andi Besse Dahliana

Participation of Local Farmer’s Organizations in Supporting the Cocoa Plant Revitalization Program

79-90 Masitah masitah, Campina Illa Prihantini, Nursalam, Khaerunnisa, Dennis Mark Onuigbo

Adaptation Strategies of Wet-Rice and Dry-Rice Farming Households in Facing Local Climate Change in Polewali Mandar, Indonesia

91-105 Aulia Nurul Hikmah, Putra Astaman, Muhammad Dassir, Sitti Nadirah, Saddam Suliman Mohamed Yousof

Strengthening local institutions for cattle-palm oil integration to increase beef self-sufficiency and palm oil sustainability

106-120 Daeva Mubarika Raisa, Sitti Nurani Sirajuddin, Jasmal Ahmari Syamsu, Wahyu Darsono, Nursyam A Syarifuddin

The Role of Local Institutions in Seaweed Marketing

121-120 Nur Inda Sari, Muhammad Arsyad, Andi Amran Sulaiman, Diana Rifka Simanullang, Ikram Mubarak Djodding