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2004 - 2004


Colombia:

Mid Term Review of Indigenous Methods to Sustainably Manage Riverine Plantations, Amazon Region

A Mid Term Review of Darwin Initiative project no. 12-016, ‘Indigenous methods to sustainably manage riverine plantations, Amazon region’, Colombia, was undertaken during the period 22 – 30 November 2004. The project lead institutions were the University of Strathclyde and the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, with many local institutions participating. The purpose of the project was to work together with indigenous specialists, institutions and communities to investigate and promote methods of sustainable management of riverine plantations on periodically flooded banks of the River Amazon and tributaries in the frontier region with Brazil and Peru.



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Geography: Colombia

Date: 2004

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