Monday, March 31, 2008


ReForLan (Restoration of Forest Landscapes for Biodiversity Conservation and Rural Development in the Drylands of Latin America) is a new project focusing on
the restoration of dryland forest landscapes for biodiversity conservation and rural development in Latin America.
The project has received three years of funding (2007-2010) and are working in seven sites around Latin America:
  1. Chiapas, Mexico
  2. Central Veracuz, Mexico
  3. Oaxaca, Mexico
  4. Central Valley, Central Chile
  5. Coastal range, Central Chile
  6. Northwestern Argentina
  7. Southwestern Argentina.
There's a write-up about the project in the March 2008 issue of Ecological Restoration.

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