Coffee Branch Botanical Print

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Coffee Branch Botanical Print

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This painting was done in collaboration with a small business called The Sparrow Studio to help support women in Rwanda. Three prints were created with 3 of the Rwandan national plants, Bird of Paradise, Coffee, and Hibiscus, and each contain the name of each plant in Kinyarwandan.

Prints purchased on The Sparrow Studio website help support the women in the Rwandan artisan co-op. To continue the give-back model on my site, I’ve decided that the purchase of a print will plant 5 trees in Rwanda through the One Tree Planted.

“Rwanda’s forests support a wealth of biodiversity and natural resources. The Gishwati-Mukura forests of Rwanda once spanned 253,000 hectares, covering the land with over 60 species of trees and providing habitat to chimpanzees. Due to illegal mining and the resettlement of households after the genocide in 1994, overgrazing and tree cutting reduced the forests to a mere 3,558 ha. Smallholder farmers feel the impacts of that degradation and understand the importance of landscape restoration for water, energy and food security. This project will help a women’s cooperative, led by local farmer Agnes Uwifashije, to revive land in Mukura.”

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