From Teak Farms to Agroforestry: Panama Tests Reforestation Strategies

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  • Panama’s public and private sectors have embarked on forest restoration and reforestation efforts to meet their 2025 carbon emissions reduction targets.
  • They are looking to restore 50 000 hectares of forest and researchers are looking to determine which technique will offer the best ecological, social, and economic silviculture solution.
  • These projects are looking into restoring tropical forests on land that has been degraded by cattle and efforts to improve forest hydrology.

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