Introducing: Maps, Magic, and Medicine

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As part of our 20th anniversary, we’re producing a podcast about the formative stories that have made ACT the unique conservation organization it is.

Maps, Magic, and Medicine explores the importance of indigenous knowledge to protect the environment. Each month we bring you stories about the spiritual, the unexplained, and the unbelievable.

Episodes will cover topics of ethnobotany, shamanism, participatory mapping, isolated peoples, and interviews with our indigenous colleagues in Colombia and Suriname.

To create innovative strategies that address global climate change, poverty, and land rights, we must understand the interconnectedness of humans and the environment. These stories are the first way to reimagine our relationship to the natural world.

Subscribe on iTunes to Maps, Magic, and Medicine to continue listening to the stories of making contact and making change in the Amazon Rainforest.

The Amazon Conservation Team partners with indigenous and other local communities to protect tropical forests and strengthen traditional culture.

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