This mini-print is piece is floated on long-life cotton matte, framed by hand in hard wood and covered with museum-grade UV-blocking glass.
The Rarámuri (Tarahumara) rely on the rich heritage of the many maize varieties their ancestors domesticated and brought to the Sierra Tarahumara of Northern Mexico. Rarámuri women in the Sierra keep alive the knowledge of medicinal and edible plants to improve the wellbeing of both the people and the landscape. As more people return to nurturing botanical varieties that bring them more vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants, the fields, hillsides, animals and insects benefit from a richer and stronger web of biodiversity.
This image will be printed on demand onto premium photo luster paper, and sent to you ready to frame and hang.
ABOUT THE CAUSE
Cultural Survival supports a movement of empowered Indigenous Peoples organizing their communities to engage the international processes, national policies and human rights bodies to respect, protect, and fulfill their rights.