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The Campeiro is a breed of small horse from Brazil. It is thought to descend from horses brought to South America in the sixteenth century. When the first fazendas were established in the area, some of the horses were captured and selectively bred , particularly for their ambling gait , for many generations.
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Every few yards, he digs a shallow hole in the rich, red soil and plants the leafy sapling of an ebony tree, an iconic indigenous hardwood species with a jet-black interior that is prized for sculptures, piano keys, furniture accents, and stringed instrument fingerboards. Since last year, Nkouli and his neighbors in a handful of other villages in the area have planted more than 5, ebony trees. Taylor Guitars, which uses Cameroonian ebony to build fretboards and bridges for each of the , guitars it makes every year, has underwritten a unique coalition of local and international ecologists to fill critical gaps in the research on ebony ecology and to oversee the planting of up to 20, trees by next year. The project aims to amend the guitar industry's spotty track record on sustainable wood sourcing.
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