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Mid Term Review of an Integrated Conservation Programme for Threatened Endemic Forest Species in Chile



A Mid Term Review of Darwin Initiative project no. 11-012, “An integrated conservation programme for threatened endemic forest species in Chile”, was undertaken during the period 4 – 8 April 2004. The project lead institution was the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RGBE) with partners, the Faculty of Forest Science, Austral University of Chile (UACH) and The National Forest Corporation (CONAF). The purpose of the project was to provide Chilean researchers and local land-owners with the knowledge and skills to enable them to protect populations of threatened forest species not included in Chile’s network of protected areas, by integrating ex-situ with in-situ conservation, in line with the objectives of the national native forest conservation and management policy.

Services:
M&E, Ecosystems

Geography:
Chile

Date:
2004

Keywords:
MTR, Darwin, Darwin Initiative, DEFRA, conservation, threatened species, endemic forest species, Chile