FOREST HEROINE: Anne Hallum alleviates Guatemala poverty through agroforestry

A misty green landscape tucked away in the countryside near Chimaltenango, Guatemala, is home to Mayan ruins — and an ancient truth. Iximché, as the ruins are called, means “Tree of Corn” in the indigenous Kaqchikel language, indicating the ancients knew something about the relationship between trees and food.This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.