There are aboriginals known as Dayaks living in an island called Kalimantan (Borneo) which belongs to Indonesia.
Dayaks feature a very unique cultivation called ‘Slash-and-burn’; they burn their forests and plant crops on them.
Burning forests isn’t an easy job to take. Differ from other cultivations in other country; Dayaks always work as a team.
After cultivating on the farms for two or three years, they will find another forest to burn and plant on. The purpose for doing so is to let the used lands rest for ten to
twenty years to return its soil fertility.