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In Peru farmers find ways to grow food without burning down the forest
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4 July 2019
On 4 July 2019 Deutsche Welle reported:
Farmers around the Peruvian city of Iquitos usually burn parts of the Amazon rainforest so they can grow food in the fertile soil. Now, they're finding alternatives to the destructive practice. The Chaikuni Institute ... is working with farmers ... on an agroforestry project. By coupling old Amazonian techniques with modern sustainable farming concepts, they hope communities can support themselves without burning down the forest.
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