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Landowner Profile: MO Hives (KC)

MO Hives has worked to place beehives and native plants in vacant lots in Kansas City, while also serving a youth conservation program. In addition to emphasizing the importance of the pollinating insect for improving food production yields, MO Hives…

Carmenza Yucuna – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Carmenza Yucuna, a leader from Colombia’s Jariyé community, is studying the ways native Melipona bees support a healthy environment. Through this work and with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program, Carmenza is strengthening the traditional knowledge of environmental…

Katty Guatatoca – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Katty Guatatoca, member of Ecuador’s Unión Base community of the Kichwa nation, is utilizing ancestral knowledge and skills to recycle inorganic materials like plastic into handmade goods and fabrics. Through this work and with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s…

Caroline Jacobs – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Caroline Jacobs, a member of Guyana’s Makushi tribe from Surama Village, is working to document and record the traditional knowledge of elders in four communities, with a focus on women, to ensure conservation of the environment. Through her work and…

Sharmaine Artist – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Sharmaine Artist, a native of Suriname’s village of Powakka, is facilitating a “bio-hydroponic farming” project that encourages environmentally friendly planting and sustainable waste management. Through her work and with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program, Sharmaine is focused…
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