Puspo Murmu is an Indigenous Santal woman of Saltola village, Bangladesh who has transformed what was once a degraded plot into a flourishing home ecosystem. Puspo notes how many of the biodiverse local trees that she has planted have distinct medicinal, cultural, survival and livelihood uses. Her and her community members also reflect on how Puspo’s work has brought diverse communities of birds and other animals back to the area. Photo credit: Research Initiatives Bangladesh