Co-creating an ethnobotanical school garden for Amazigh girls in the High Atlas, Morocco

 

Dar Taliba students watering newly planted seeds in greenhouse. (Photo by Pommelien da Silva Cosme)

12 April 2019

Through their latest Darwin Initiative blog series, Collaborations in Conservation, the Darwin Initiative highlights the importance of collaboration between project organisations and local communities, Governments and NGOs. In their most recent instalment, The Darwin Initiative Blog features the Dar Taliba boarding school community garden.

The once vacant school garden is now teaming with life and encourages younger community members to get involved and improve their knowledge of local plants.

Read the article: Co-creating an ethnobotanical school garden for Amazigh girls in the High Atlas, Morocco