Roi Et Rajabhat University as a body collaborate with the local community, e.g. through partnerships, in efforts to maintain shared land ecosystems.

Rajabhat Roi Et University opens up its natural resources for public use. The community is welcome to benefit from the conservation area, such as collecting medicinal plants, gathering produce from the “Edible Road” project, harvesting edible forest mushrooms, and utilizing grasses grown on university grounds as animal feed. Additionally, the university provides services for forest seedlings and protein-rich black soldier fly (BSF) eggs/larvae for those interested.

Figure 1 : edible wild mushrooms found in RERU green area

Figure 2 : land sharing activity on sufficiency learning center