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Claudette Fleming
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Joined:
25/10/2011
Last Updated:
06/11/2011
Location:
London, G.B, United Kingdom
Climate Zone:
Wet Tropical
Gender:
Female





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No longer at Eco Centro Soneva Fushi Victoria Natural Reserve
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Bronwyn White Eduard von Lindheim Evelyn Bishop Helder Valente Richard Larson
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Bronwyn White Camille Messer Eduard von Lindheim Evelyn Bishop Geoff Lawton Helder Valente Joana Reinhardt Paul Tan Ras Iword (Eddie) Nicholls Richard Larson
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About Claudette Fleming

Together with other indigenous persons, I am involved with the preservation of Moraro rainforest which is located in Guyana, South America.

For me, Indigenous peoples rainforest preservation system is permaculture in action which is the main reason why I am interested in permaculture.

In Moraro, all aspects of the natural environment are intertwined so even our effort to obtain food has much to do with understanding how the environment works. Our aim is to make use of existing traditional ways not only to obtain food but also to get other benefits, while preserving the forest.

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Rainforest Wood Foraging

Wood foraging is an old practice used by indigenous people. Now it is being used to address new problems.

Posted over 3 years ago (0 comments)

Life off the Grid

A practical guide to traditional indigenous off grid lifestyle in Moraro, Guyana, South America.

Posted about 4 years ago (0 comments)

Forest Farming with Nature

Farming has been done by indigenous peoples for centuries. Planting by the elements and animals are valued as part of the food system too. In traditional communities, once the land can produce, there is food and people do not starve.

Posted about 4 years ago (0 comments)

Forest Farming with Nature

Farming has been done by indigenous peoples for centuries. Planting by the elements and animals are valued as part of the food system too. In traditional communities, once the land can produce, there is food and people do not starve.

Posted about 4 years ago (0 comments)

Using Indigenous Peoples' Traditional Management Techniques for a Sustainable Future

In traditional indigenous conservation, preserving the right balance between man and nature is more important than anything else.

Posted about 5 years ago (3 comments)

Farming and Keeping the Rainforest

Traditional Cassava Farming keeps the Rainforest. This video helps to explain how.

Posted about 6 years ago (1 comments)

A small-scale traditional sustainable way to fish

Indigenous peoples have employed various sustainable ways of obtaining food. Using a fish trap is just one of them.

Posted over 6 years ago (1 comments)

Indigenous Designing with Nature

How one indigenous group use their traditional way to design their outdoor space.

Posted over 6 years ago (0 comments)

Food for Free

We look for food and we find food

Posted over 6 years ago (3 comments)
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