Indigenous Cooperative Restores Forests to Form Ecological Corridor in Bahia

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Takeaways:

  • An Indigenous Pataxó cooperative has reforested 210 hectares of the Atlantic Forest in the Monte Pascoal-Pau Brasil Ecological Corridor.
  • The project also includes adding 50 hectares of agroforestry system planting in the Boca da Mata village, strengthening the Indigenous community.
  • “Now we are happy because we are building a partnership for seed delivery, and we are also partnering with a nursery in São Paulo to produce seedlings.” said Pataxó Matias Santana, president of the Foresters and Reforesters Work Cooperative of the Pataxó Boca da Mata Indigenous village.

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