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Indigenous communities transform a Mexican desert landscape into forest
by Juan Mayorga, Translated by Maxwell Radwin
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23 March 2022
On 23 March 2022 Mongabay reported:
In the Mexican state of Oaxaca, 22 communities have taken on the challenge of reviving soils depleted by centuries of overgrazing. Over the last two decades, they've managed to restore at least 20,000 hectares (49,000 acres), turning many sites into burgeoning forests. The success of the initiative means the communities can now look forward to more options for forest-based livelihood, such as agroforestry or even selling carbon credits.
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