Propagation of Native Ferns for the Restoration of the Threatened Forests of Juan Fernandez Archipelago, ChileThe aim of the project is to generate information regarding the propagation of Juan Fernandez ferns, to cultivate and to establish this knowledge at the community.
Mount Kenya Horse Patrol TeamProtection of vulnerable wildlife and forest habitat by increasing surveillance in the Northern area of Mount Kenya with Ethiopian ponies and fully employed and trained community members who patrol the area, collect data and pass on security information.
Effects of Land-Use Intensification on Biodiversity, Ecosystem Processes and Services: Developing Tools for Sustainable Development in Forests of PatagoniaThe aim is to assess how changes in biodiversity due to cattle grazing affect a key ecosystem process and ecosystem services, and if increasing cattle production will alter the provisioning of other ES.
Taking Back the Land: Factors Aiding or Constraining Regeneration of Damaged Mangrove Forests in South Andaman IslandThe main objective of this project is to identify the factors that aid and constrain natural regeneration of different species of plants in mangrove forests damaged by natural events like the tsunami. By identifying these factors we hope to develop better restoration techniques in mangrove patches that are not regenerating naturally.
Reforestation of Mau ForestThe aims of the project are 1. Training farmers and community members living near Mau Forest on agroforestry and environmental conservation awareness; 2. Reforesting Mau Forest by planting 30,000 trees which will restore this important forests as well as increasing water volume of many rivers originating from the forest.
Scenario-Based Conservation Planning of Argentine High Andean Wetlands: Geographic Patterns, Climate Change and Mining ProspectsThis project will develop spatial conservation planning strategies for subtropical Argentine High Andean wetlands based on the most pressing threats expected for the coming decades.
Revitalising Biocultural Diversity and Plant Conservation through Traditional Food Systems in the Andean Temperate Forests, ChileThis project aims to (1) document ethnobotanical knowledge of wild edible plants of local people inhabiting Andean temperate forests, (2) promote sustainable harvesting practices, and (3) reconstruct local memories in relation to traditional food systems and the landscape.
Awareness and its Linkage in Conserving Biological Corridor of Western Terai, NepalLaljhadi Corridor in western lowland Terai of Nepal is experiencing high pressure due to encroachment and deforestation. Thus, this project has been designed to conduct conservation activities within the Corridor area.
Revegetation/Restoration ProjectThe project aims to restore endangered Dry Tropical Forest through revegetation of native tree species. Tree-planting workshops will provide education about protecting this fragile ecosystem.
Conservation of Rare, Endangered and Threatened Wild Plants Species through Community Participation The project intends at conserving rare endangered and threatened wild plant species by building awareness and training programs among harvesters, building local institutional network to popularize among villagers in Male Madeshwara Hills Reserve Forest.