Rafael Ocampo is one of Central America’s leading ethnobotanists. He has written numerous books over the past 30 years, including his most recent on the important Afro-botanical plant, Quassia Amara. Through his work with TRAMIL and other international organizations, Rafael has been an advocate for documenting, validating and disseminating the Afro-botany of Costa Rica.

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