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Tawahkas, horticulturalist people
In Honduras, the Tawahkas are horticulturalists who live along the river Patuca. For these indigenous people, a land parcel cultivated by one is considered as a property to the one who farmed it. It is passed from one generation to the next. The creation of the Indigenous Federation of Honduras (1987) reaffirms the Tawahka community identity and helps to establish social rights, including the use of land. Today, the Tawahka Asangni Biosphere Reserve recognizes the value of their knowledge and practices on biodiversity conservation.
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