Article about Tony Rinaudo? Gyara
In Niger's desolate Sahel region, Australian agricultural expert Tony Rinaudo found out that even the most devastated regions are criss-crossed by an endless network of roots: "An underground forest". Would you like to write an article about him (Tony Rinaudo) as "He inspired farmers to carry on this work over the years. Rinaudo's pioneering technique is called Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration, or FMNR." The FMNR website describes the technique as a "low-cost land restoration technique used to combat poverty and hunger amongst poor subsistence farmers by increasing food and timber production and resilience to climate extremes". He consequently earned the nickname "the Forest Maker"." Yours --Cethegus (talk) 18:51, 6 ga Yuni, 2023 (UTC)
Feminism and Folklore 2023 - A Heartfelt Appreciation for Your Impactful Contribution! Gyara
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We extend our sincerest gratitude to you for making an extraordinary impact in the Feminism and Folklore 2023 writing competition. Your remarkable dedication and efforts have been instrumental in bridging cultural and gender gaps on Wikipedia. We are truly grateful for the time and energy you've invested in this endeavor.
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