The second year of the Public Lands Biodiversity Conservation in the Brazilian Amazon kicks off to a great start!
The second year of the Biodiversity Conservation on Public Lands in the Amazon has begun! Between October 22 and November 4, CSF staff conducted their second visit to assess the technical development of business plans in indigenous lands relating to the sale of Brazil nuts, açaí berries, and arapaima fish. In addition, staff collected data on Brazil nut production by the Apurinã indigenous families. They visited associations and organizations in the municipalities of Cacoal, Humaitá Lábrea, and the Caititu indigenous territory. For more information please visit our Projects page.
This project is made possible by the support of the United States Agency for International Development and is a partnership between CSF, the International Institute for Education in Brazil (IEB), the Equipe para Conservação da Amazônia (ECAM) and Kanindé.