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Hello! My name is Chelsie Romulo and I’m an assistant professor in the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program at University of Northern Colorado. I study how people use natural resources, and specifically ways that we can manage resources sustainably.

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  1. Hello my friend! It is nice to meet a good friend like you. I also like to do a lot of research on extraction of natural nutrients and natural health potencies from our God-given environment. However the biggest concern should be on how to preserve these natural resources for future and long lasting benefits. I’ve also been researching on aguaje, and so far it was great for me to discover the benefits towards the physical appearance of the human body, especially the female specie. You may also share with me your findings on the tree and the fruit thereof. Have a great day.

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  3. Hi Chelsie! My name is Gabi Williams, and I am currently an undergrad sophomore at the University of Richmond. I am from Boulder, CO ! I am taking a class here in our Geography department called Geographies of Amazonia, and my final project is a commodity chain. I decided I would follow aguaje from the palm to the products on US shelves. I have been doing research and needed some more information so I went to YouTube and I found your video! I am reading your research paper on the fruit and Iquitos, Peru now. I just wanted to say I really love your research and your field work. Is there a reason you chose to study the Amazon?
    Finally, I am not sure if you tracked aguaje consumption outside of the Amazon, but do you have any tips on where to find information on the processing of Aguaje for export to the US or other countries?

    I hope you are enjoying UNC! It is great there!

    Thanks for taking the time to read this, and thank you even more for all of your help in the Peruvian Amazon. It sounds like you are really making a difference.

    Have a great day!

    • Hi Gabi, Nice to hear from you! I am so glad you enjoy the research. My PhD advisor also works in the Amazon so that is how I came to do my research there as well. How did you go about selecting aguaje for your topic? It is not commonly imported into the United States. Please feel free to email me at chelsie.romulo@unco.edu with your questions.

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