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The peaceful nature of the rainforest is unmistakable as village members transport goods in a serene environment.

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Women are the indispensable keepers of traditional knowledge and wisdom.

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Permission must be granted by the village chief to enter the community even if you are a native son like Samuel Yagase.

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The impact of the climate crisis is felt in the heart of the rainforest with increased rainfall and greater intensity of flooding. Roads are turned into rivers and motorcycles are transported by canoe.

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Petna Ndaliko Katondolo journeys into the Congo Rainforest to discover the Basandja.

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Left: Chinese mustard greens that my parents grow in their backyard. Right: Garlic that my parents grow in their backyard. Photos: Pa Vue

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A Hmong woman carrying the Hmong language in all its material and symbolic forms into the future. Art: Stacey Lo

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Rehani and her brother in the chicken run tending to three of their backyard flock.