Traditional practices supporting management of the Iwokrama Forest

This video outlines how traditional knowledge and associated practices help to manage biodiversity and conservation of the Iwokrama Forest, Guyana.

It is comprised of participatory videos made by community researchers from Apoteri, Rewa, Fair View and Aranaputa villages in the North Rupununi, and compiled by researchers from the North Rupununi District Development Board.

The video is part of the Traditional Knowledge in Conservation project funded by the Darwin Initiative, UK.


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