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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 intri...

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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Toward an Environmentally, Socially and Economically Sustainable Future

by Rainforest Alliance (2009)
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This report is one part of an analysis of shade coffee as a component of biological corridors in western El Salvador, part of a USAID-financed project to improve watershed management and conservation.

by Steven Romanoff (2008)
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Citing some of our work in Guatemala, this report argues that resource management springing from genuine community demand can nurture enterprises that generate considerable income and improve local ecosystems.  

by World Resources Institute (2008)
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