Over the last two decades, countries across the tropics have devolved increasing authority over natural forests to local actors. While decentralizing control over natural forests is a step in the... View more
The people of Madre de Dios are sustainably managing more than 197,000 acres (80,000 hectares) of forest.
Transforming Small-Scale Non-Timber Forest Production Into Competitive Enterprise in Madre de Dios, Peru
A Case Study of Work with Brazil Nut Producer Associations (Madre de Dios, Peru)
The Brazil nut is one of the world’s most widely consumed non-timber forest products (NTFP). It is also one of a... View more