Yari Plains

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The Yarí Plains are subsystems of anthropic savannahs. These places comprise a territory of about 364.000 hectares, originally inhabited by the ancient native tribes "Tinigua" and "Carijona". Similarly to several other region on the Andean foothill, The Yari plains were the scene of the colonization process that in turn, increased the agrarian border in Colombia. Nowadays, there are native and country communities living there, organized in "Juntas de Acción Comunal" (communal committees), town councils and regionally, an asociation of native and farm people called "CORPOADYARI".

"Quote: colonodeoro.com.co"