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Conservation + Agriculture = True Food Security

November 7, 2012 By Emile Frison , Cristián Samper and Ken Wilson The Volcanica Central Talamanca Corridor in Costa Rica is one of several biological corridors in Central America created to ensure the movement of critically endangered species across the region. It was difficult to motivate struggling local farmers to support this effort based solely on conservation, but they depend on the land for many uses. Broadening the corridor effort beyond conservation to provide livelihood benefits…

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