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A big thank you is owed to my family, friends, committee members, ejido members and interview ees for putting up with all of my never ending questions and preoccupations To Mom, Dad, Rob and Maya k Farms and not pack my laptop! I am especially grateful to my advisor Chris McCarty for always having his door open to me and supporting me with in finite amounts of time and guidance I am very thankful to my Co chair Rick Stepp for his assistance since the early development of my dissertation.
I am also deeply appreciative to Eric Keys, who made classes and conversations about M exico LULCC and political ecology a truly enjoyable learning experience It is without a doubt his coaching skills from the rugby field are transferred into the classroom I thank Marianne Schmink for reminding m e to stay true to my disciplinary backgroun d in Anthropology while recommending readings that have been fundamental to my research and evolution as a student at UF I extend my heartfelt gratitude to the ejido members of Bacalar, Caobas, Chacchoben, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Laguna Kanab, Naranjal P oniente, Noh Bec, Petcacab, San Francisco de Botes, Tres Garantias and X Hazil y sus anexos who have opened their doors to me since I hope to con tinue working with them I am indebted to the numerous conversations and data provided to m e first and foremost by Ing.
A special thank you to Irving Gomez, and land use maps used in this dissertation. I am forever indebted to Silvia Caamal Colli, who greatly assisted me interviewing Mayan speaking ejido members and keeping me laughing in the field.
A big thank you to my friends in Carrillo Puerto: I also want to thank the WFT fellowship and SNRE for providing me with financial support during my time as a student in th e classroom and in the field. I am proud to be a stud ent of the TCD Program and SNRE, and greatly believe in the community of emerging researchers and practitioners they are training: And to my NYC sisters who have never left my side: Christine Padoch, Miguel Pinedo Vasquez, and Chuck Peters, who from the start encouraged me to further my education and world vision.
I would n o t be here if it were not for them.
A final dedication is in order t o two people who left us too early but left a mark in my life: A brief history of events leading up to certification Are They Re certified Yet?
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Photo courtesy of Dawn Ward. From left to right: Hanni from Silvia the field assistant. Throughout fieldwork children and young adults of the households frequently accompanied the researcher.
Josue, Hanni and the field researcher walking home from a hard day of work. An example of a Mayan e jido with work groups.
An example of a mestizo ejido with a separate forest management office. Photo courtesy of Dawn Ward An ejido member biking from his parcel and bringing firewood to his cinderblock home.
Corn, squash and beans. Ph oto courtesy of Dawn Ward. Photo courtesy of Dawn Wa rd.
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