An English summary of this report is below. The original report, published in Portuguese in Folha de S.Paulo, follows.
The Indigenous Ashaninka people have engaged in reviving swathes of land on the borders of Brazil and Peru ever since they arrived there. In a span of 30 years, they have managed to grow over 300,000 açaí trees, securing their future. The group has transformed the pasture into the "forest of life" as they now know it.
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