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Brazil's indigenous seed collectors in demand for forest restoration
by Laurie Goering
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
3 July 2020
On 3 July 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Since 2008, more than 560 collectors -- most of them women -- have gathered almost 250 tonnes of seeds from 220 native species as part of an effort now known as the Xingu Seed Network. The work has helped them earn an income, reconnect with their forests, and restore more than 6,600 hectares of degraded land, according to Ashden, a British charity that this week awarded the group one of its sustainability prizes for 2020.
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