Project Description

February 20, 2020

Categories: Amazon Protocol

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rom 1988 to 2002, Michael Stuart Ani set the groundwork for rainforest protection and environmentalism in Los Angeles, California by founding the Amazonia Foundation, a central part of a medical outreach program introduced to fight the epidemics among the Yanomami tribe of Venezuela.

In 1992, he co-won the “Best of Festival” from the US Environmental Film Festival for Yanomami: Keepers of the Flame. He also directed a documentary for the Catalina Island Conservancy entitled: Going Home, which told the story of the repatriation of American bison to the Lakota people.

Stuart Ani is dedicated to advancing the use of botanical cures to promote healing of the planet and her people. His mission is to share what he has learned with the broader community in hopes that his message will further efforts to heal the planet. He believes that the health of the world depends upon us all and that medicinal plants are key to our future as a species. Napoleon Chagnon, a world-renowned anthropologist, said of Ani, “Michael gave a brilliant account of his work with the Yanomamo. He is extremely knowledgeable, experienced, and has their best interests at heart.

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