Studies show that traditional style nomadic herding is 20% more productive than ranching in areas like Northern Kenya, yet land is being converted to ranches at an alarming rate. There are, however, efforts underway to establish nomadic herders as essential for food security in dry land ecosystems. This video, published by IUCN, details some important work to restore local rights in the Garba Tula dry land district in Kenya.
The Guarani people of Brazil decided to reverse the widespread loss of jussara palms by planting thousands of them… https://t.co/n5y7mPMwJz
The Sogorea Te’ Land Trust are bringing ancestral Ohlone land in the East Bay back into Ohlone hands: https://t.co/mMeE3Dt6Tl
Indigenous-Led Movement Credited With 'Huge Victory' as Biden Plans to Rescind Keystone XL Permit on Day One: https://t.co/jUkxzfyOnT