An update from the Dry Forest Project

21 April, 2020

In the first couple of months  of  2020, the Dry Forest Project continued to work towards achieving its goal of collaborating with local communities to restore, conserve, and sustainably manage dry forest landscapes for the benefit of nature and society in northern Peru.  Since 2019, we have reforested over 8.89 hectares with 971 seedlings of native species including algarroobo, espino and sapote.  Key highlights from January and February include –

We are excited to start 2020 with such achievements, and will advise you the re-commencement of activities soon!

 

An update from the Dry Forest Project 21 April, 2020
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