Philippine tribe boosts livelihoods and conservation with civet poop coffee


MINDANAO, Philippines — For about two decades now, members of the B’laan ethnic group have combed the forest-clad slopes of Mount Matutum from September to January, seeking out the beans pooped out by the cat-sized Philippine palm civet (Paradoxurus philippinensis).

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Source: Coffee Talk

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