Field Stories

Our field stories provide brief and succinct summaries of research findings, fieldwork, and personal experiences. We highlight the perspectives of local residents, team members, and others who can shed light on the region through stories, research insights, and conversations with local stakeholders. We share these different types of stories in order to provide a better understanding of our core values and desire to co-produce knowledge that can help local communities make informed decisions to improve human well-being while conserving Amazonian ecosystems.

Research memos provide summaries of published work by Water Production Connections researchers.

Local perspective stories share the experiences and opinions of farmers, residents, and researchers in Rondonia.

In postcards from the field, researchers share their experiences and thoughts on what it's like to be in the field.

Researcher Profiles present perspectives from research team members about what this project means to them.

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Connections between Water and Rural Production: Sociohydrological Systems on a Tropical Forest Frontier

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