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Linking agrobiodiversity and culture through the adoption of agroforestry practices: The Agroforestry Indigenous Agents

  • Author(s): Fajardo Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, Marcia
  • et al.
Creative Commons 'BY-NC' version 4.0 license
Abstract

Agroforestry is the result of a dialectical relationship between humans and the environment, capable of increasing agricultural biodiversity. In the Brazilian Amazon region, Agroforestry Indigenous Agents have been disseminating these practices through participatory processes. They combine traditional knowledge and new techniques and technologies in order to ensure food security, improve environmental conservation, and guarantee a good quality of life. They promote behavior change towards more sustainable land management practices through knowledge sharing.

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