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  Training Program in Latin American
TRAINING FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES

With the collaboration of local communities, grassroots organizations, and other regional and national organizations, MBG has initiated programs for conservation and sustainable development. These programs use MBG's available botanical information to establish conservation priorities and to implement conservation actions designed to safeguard biological resources in Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.

These programs select community leaders to participate in training on biodiversity monitoring, specimen collection, ethnobotany, forest management, and land use planning.


Working with the Yanesha people in Peru

Working with the Yanesha people in Peru

 


Plant propagation training in Peru

Plant propagation training in Peru

Working with the Shuar people in Ecuador

Working with the Shuar people in Ecuador

 

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