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Domesticating wild trees in Botswana

In the Kalahari region of Botswana, wild foods such as marula and mongongo fruit have supported rural communities for millennia. But with the prospect of lengthier and potentially dangerous journeys gathering wild foods, communities have begun to explore a different path: domestication of useful wild plants.
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