Posts filed in High Atlas Cultural Landscapes

Dar Taliba students favourite gardening season has finally arrived!

Dar Taliba students discuss climate change, soil ecosystems and making crop choice...

Dar Taliba students discuss climate change, soil ecosystems and making crop choice decisions depending on the season, and more!...

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

The Dar Taliba boarding house community garden is featured in The Darwin...

The Dar Taliba boarding house community garden is featured in The Darwin Initiative Blog. "The once vacant school garden is now teaming with life and encourages younger community members to...

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Meet Jamila: Dar Taliba director and environmental role model for girls

“The garden trainings are important to me and the students because they...

“The garden trainings are important to me and the students because they help us better understand the nature around us”, Jamila says....

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Why composting is good for the environment: a permaculture training at Dar Taliba

Dar Taliba students are now learning more about how to take good...

Dar Taliba students are now learning more about how to take good care of the soil and improving its conditions....

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Back to school and garden trainings at Dar Taliba!

An exciting permaculture training programme begins. The girls at Dar Taliba collect...

An exciting permaculture training programme begins. The girls at Dar Taliba collect and clean vegetable seeds to plant in their garden, and explore their creative side as they participate in...

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Seed collection and community seed banks in the High Atlas

Learn about the processes and functions of collecting seeds, building community seed...

Learn about the processes and functions of collecting seeds, building community seed banks and developing a regional seed bank....

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Interactive learning about local plants with primary school students in the High Atlas

An interactive day with school students reveals important knowledge about available, useful...

An interactive day with school students reveals important knowledge about available, useful and valuable crops in Imegdal....

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Ethics in ethnobotanical research

This article, featured by Botanic Gardens Conservation International, describes GDF's ethical engagement...

This article, featured by Botanic Gardens Conservation International, describes GDF's ethical engagement with communities through Access and Benefit Sharing, and Free Prior Informed Consent....

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