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October 28, 2015. Jaime Beltran with his wife and daughter both farmers from the indigenous ethnic group Embera Chamí at one of the Chacras or farming fields where a variety crop including cassava are farmed. The indigenous Community of has been working with the Red Caquetá Paz and NGO that helps relocated families from the armed conflict and educates in best practices for farming Cassava and other crops in San Jose Canelos, Caquetá, Colombia. Photo Credit: Juan Arredondo/Reportage by Getty Images for The Global Crop Diversity Trust.

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