A oütsü (traditional healer) holds the seeds of the waimaro tree, a nutritional and spiritual pillar for Wayuu communities, that no longer grows on their lands. Photo Credit: Maria Faciolince

A oütsü (traditional healer) holds the seeds of the waimaro tree, a nutritional and spiritual pillar for Wayuu communities, that no longer grows on their lands. Photo Credit: Maria Faciolince

 

The Memory We Could be is a book about memory, ecology and our systemic crisis. Drawing on sources from anthropology to hydrology, botany to economics, agronomy to astrobiology, medicine to oceanography, physics to history, the work weaves a lyrical story of our relationship with nature.