Adapting to the Floods

COMUNIDAD SAN LORENZO, Bolivia, Dec 20, 2011 (IPS) – Margarita Amabeja holds out her hands full of golden rice grains and rough brown manioc roots – the first results of a strategy to adjust the agricultural cycles to the seasonal floods and droughts in the vast plains of Beni, in northeastern Bolivia.

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Adapting to the Floods

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