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Indigenous Surui turn invaders' crop into high-quality Amazonian coffee
by Patricia Moll
Mongabay.com Translate This Article
10 November 2023
On 10 November 2023 Mongabay.com reported:
The Indigenous Paiter Surui people of Brazil have reclaimed the coffee farms established by invaders on their land, in the process opening up a new source of livelihood and strengthening community bonds. Growing coffee has also become an opportunity for the Surui to tell their own story, through ethnotourism and the training of Indigenous baristas
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