Sumba Island, Indonesia

Sumba is an island in the province of East Nusa Tenggara in eastern Indonesia. The island is home to two national parks, designated for the protection of its numerous endangered species of birds, however most of the original forest has been cleared to plant corn, cassava, and other crops. Historically, the island was known for exporting fragrant sandalwood, which still grows well on its largely low, limestone hills. Cacao was brought to Indonesia hundreds of years before, but production on islands like Sumba only picked up around the 1980’s, when the crop was pushed to small family farmers.

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