Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

 
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Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest
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Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest
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Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest
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Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest
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Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest
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Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest

Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest
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Reforestation

Reforestation
EcoLogic's Traditional Memory project aims to preserve the values and traditions of the Totonicapan Quiche Maya by inspiring the next generation of leaders to learn, understand, and continue their customary system of forest management. Here, Quiche Maya offer prayers to the forest before reforestation begins. (view small | med | large | orig)

Volcano Santa Maria. Photo by Julian Moll-Rocek

Volcano Santa Maria. Photo by Julian Moll-Rocek
Photo from Progress Report 'Los 48 Cantones' (view small | med | large | orig)

Gloria

Gloria
Photo from Progress Report 'Protecting the Communal Forest' (view small | med | large | orig)

Greenhouses in Totonicapan

Greenhouses in Totonicapan
Photo from Progress Report '"We may be poor, but we work together"' (view small | med | large | orig)

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Organization

Project Leader

Alexa Piacenza

Program Associate
Cambridge, MA United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Community-led Reforestation in Totonicapan Forest