Sowing The Future PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 13 March 2011 01:05

 

(I received this article from William whom I know every well. It was put through Spanish-to-English translation program.  I have tried to reword it in places where it seemed to me the meaning got lost, however, I have to admit I am not really sure what he is getting at.  His original version is on the Spanish side of this website.  RV)

By:
William Rodriguez Trigoso


SOWING THE FUTURE

In order to show the reality of the conservation of tropical dry forest of the Central Huallaga*, today the conservation of sites, species, resources and landscapes are part of the life of a significant number of people in this part of Peru. They have chosen a life more natural or develop businesses based on sustainable use of natural resources.  It is not uncommon to hear of communities that preserve their forests, water sources to ensure what they consider their most important and valuable resources or view as ecotourism grows various parts of the country or talk to children than through a fairy tale character has learned about caring for their environment, or know that there are Peruvian farmers exporting organic cocoa, coffee, potatoes, native and international awards won, participation in civil society in conservation is therefore an increasingly palpable reality, a conservation group members of an association of conservation and ecological protection, mostly farmers who know a lot about forest management and natural resources especially the Crown of
Angels (Platycerium Andinum) want this magnificent fern the largest of the Americas, with technical support scientific, economic and solidarity, to preserve and reproduce it as it is a species that is endangered, in this sense the organization of A.BO.FOA Makes a special appeal and wait to gather all those people, companies and institutions, the American Society of ferns, NGOs that are implementing various conservation initiatives to get their jobs and find ways to optimize their efforts, but is also aimed at all they want to do conservation, but still do not know all the possibilities for this, no less important is the participation of technical experts are biologists, botanists, foresters, environmental, and others who are involved with the handling, same areas for conservation, as well as teachers and students interested in developing in this field.

 

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* In Peru the Rio Huallaga (Why-ya-guh) is commonly referred to as the Lower Huallaga, Central Huallaga, and Upper Huallaga.


 

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