Miskitu Permaculture Project

The Walpasiksa Site is so named from the landmark Black Rock that is seen near there when the Prinzapolka RIver is low. The sites 27 acres are designated to be reforested and planted with a variety of sustainable rotating crops as a way of showing the Miskitu that production is both feasible and profitable on their lands. Christians are the original environmentalists - Gen 2:15

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Miskitu Forest Permaculture

Climate change is already becoming a significantly destructive factor for the 240,000 Miskitu people who live on their traditional homeland in the Atlantic coast of Honduras and Nicaragua. The unpr...