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For Costa Rica's Indigenous Bribri women, agroforestry is an act of resistance and resilience
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2 October 2021
On 2 October 2021 Mongabay reported:
The Bribri are one of the world's few matrilineal societies: land is handed down from mother to daughter. In Costa Rica's Talamanca region, Indigenous Bribri women are championing sustainable agroforestry practices in a tradition that stretches back for millennia. Known as fincas integrales, it's a system that mimics the diversity and productivity of the forest: timber trees provide shade for fruit trees, which in turn shelter medicinal plants, amid all of which livestock and even wildlife thrive.
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