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Mexican communities manage their local forests, generating benefits for humans, trees and wildlife

By David Bray, Professor of Earth and Environment, Florida International University
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About 60% of Mexico’s forests are managed by local communities. A scholar who has studied the forests for 30 years explains how this system protects the forests and the people who oversee them.

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