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Guam Land Could Go to Traditional Chamorro Healers

Guam lawmakers are considering legislation that would dedicate 15 acres of land on the eastern shore of the island to preserve the Chamorro indigenous art of herbal healing. The bill was discussed during Monday's legislative session, The Pacific Daily News reported ( The proposal states that the land in Mangilao will be designated to increase access to plants for Chamorro traditional healers, or suruhana and suruhanu. It would also protect a variety of plants...

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