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Researchers from the University of the Andes in Colombia used spot satellite imagery to map forest cover within the coffee production landscape. They compared Rainforest Alliance Certified and noncertified coffee farms, and analyzed forest-cover fragmentatio...

by Andrés Guhl, Estefanía Luengas Bautista (2009)
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German immigrants, the Keller family established their coffee farm in 1899.

by Rainforest Alliance (2009)
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A review of the science, policy and practice of reducing degradation emissions. See page 47 for policy recommendations.

by by B. D. Griscom, et al (2009)
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More than twenty years ago Dieter Nottebohm and his wife Holly bought a verdant coffee farm nestled between two of Guatemala's tallest volcanoes. When word of the Rainforest Alliance's work with coffee farmers spread to the Nottebohms they were intrigued.

by Rainforest Alliance (2009)
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A case study of a payment for environmental services project that was conducted in Guatemala's Maya Biosphere Reserve.

by Rainforest Alliance (2009)
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