Chris de Bode

West, MADAGASCAR

Justin (left) and Mainty hold lists of farmers in Kirindy village who have signed up to a new crop rotation scheme. Slash and burn monoculture has reduced parts of Kirindy forest to a wasteland, and it will take years for the sandy soil to recover. But local farmers will now practise sustainable farming, growing different crops each year and thus enriching the soil. Kirindy is a dry deciduous forest which is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including many unique species.

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Chris de Bode
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West
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MADAGASCAR
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36.68 x 36.68 cm (300 dpi)
14.44 x 14.44 inch (300 dpi)
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