Team

In the heart of the Amazon rainforest, amid the lush green foliage and symphony of wildlife, there exists a community of indigenous women whose hands weave magic with the seeds of the earth. These women, custodians of the forest, have found a sustainable livelihood in crafting jewelry from seeds harvested from the rich biodiversity of their ancestral lands.

For generations, these women have lived in harmony with nature, understanding its rhythms and respecting its bounties. With intricate knowledge passed down through oral traditions, they gather seeds from the forest floor, each one a testament to the diversity and resilience of the Amazon ecosystem.

Through meticulous craftsmanship, these seeds are transformed into exquisite jewelry pieces, each one unique in its design and imbued with the spirit of the rainforest. From vibrant hues of acai berries to the earthy tones of tagua nuts, every seed tells a story of survival and symbiosis.

But beyond the artistry lies a deeper purpose. For these women, jewelry making is not just a means of income; it is a form of resistance against the threats facing their homeland. As deforestation and exploitation encroach upon their territory, they stand as guardians, using their craft to raise awareness and protect their ancestral lands.

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By promoting the beauty and value of their handmade creations, these women foster a connection between consumers and the Amazon, fostering a sense of responsibility and solidarity. Each purchase not only sustains their livelihood but also contributes to the preservation of one of the world’s most vital ecosystems.

In the hands of these indigenous women, seeds become more than just ornaments; they become symbols of resilience, empowerment and hope. Through their craft, they weave a tapestry of sustainability, where the threads of tradition and innovation come together to create a brighter future for themselves, their communities and the Amazon rainforest.

 Apetina, Suriname

 Ailien Mettelli
 40 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Angela Nailoepun
 27 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Annelies Nailoepun
 28 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Helen Weliswen
 21 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Holli Koemapoe
 28 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Kalarise Shieke
 38 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Maira Ajamaka
 21 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Malenda Koemapoe
 25 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Maureen Kawaidoe
 27 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Melnie Meliwa
 19 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Norma Weliswen
 22 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Rolita Weliswen
 18 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Sanete Nailoepun
 30 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Sela Neni
 41 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Vanessa Nailoepun
 30 years
 Apetina (Puleowime)

 Kwamalasamutu, Suriname

 Airin Reshoede
 34 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Ashoeshoe Jami
 72 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Diana Jami
 40 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Emetijana Madena
 36 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Endeni Muurokoime
 36 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Felitia Ineshaachpe
 29 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Heidy Panaidede
 26 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Janeshi Jami
 36 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Kessia Koikie
 54 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Lida Koepoeroe
 40 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Lucia Reshoede
 37 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Maike Jaachpi
 32 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Marion Toechtjei
 28 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Raini Apoengkosho
 34 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Rana Jami
 52 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Reetshoe Jami
 54 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Sasija Jami
 34 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Sharomi Koediman
 40 years
 Kwamalasamutu

 Sipaliwini, Suriname

 Anronikese Toekuchpe
 38 years
 Sipaliwini

 Joanita Ineshaachpe
 42 years
 Sipaliwini

 Jounnas Toekuchpe
 40 years
 Sipaliwini

 Julkes Tampakoe
 22 years
 Sipaliwini

 Kiptsen Koedi
 37 years
 Sipaliwini

 Merenda Oochpatapo
 37 years
 Sipaliwini

 Oseneti Tampakoe
 43 years
 Sipaliwini

 Riona Oochpatapo
 18 years
 Sipaliwini

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