With a background in history, Wouter IJzerman works as a contributing writer at Morocco World News, focusing on history, migration, and religion.
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Rabat – Though the town itself has a population of 2,800, the population of the villages scattered throughout the Skoura oasis in the Atlas Mountains is as many as 23,000 people. Many of the residents work as farmers. Their interaction with the oasis and its ecosystems is indispensable in their daily lives.
But life in Skoura is not limited to growing olives, dates, and pomegranates.
Tourism is rife in the stunning oasis. Travelers visit the local sites and hear what locals have to say about their remote government and the future of Morocco.
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