Posts Tagged ‘indigenous’
Agroforestry, Cocoa, and what it means for farmers in Ghana
We can find cocoa in cuisines and traditions around the world. In spite of — or perhaps because of — cocoa’s widespread popularity as an ingredient and commodity, traditional cocoa farming is built on colonial models of extraction that exploit the land, farmers, and farm workers.Read More
Indigenous-led Ecosystem Restoration in Mexico
Campaign Goal: $60,000
Grow Ahead teamed up with Communal Assets of the Lacandona Zone (BCZL) to support traditional Mayan agroforestry to boost biodiversity, support soil health and restore freshwater in the lagoons, rivers and springs of the Lacandona Jungle.
Funded February 2020Read More