The Central West Mexico Biocultural Corridor (COBIOCOM)
Western Mexico • Mexico Started in January 2012 Active Conservation, Agroforestry, Restoration, Silvopasture
The Central West Mexico Biocultural Corridor (COBIOCOM) is an initiative of 8 subnational governments that since 2012 have been building and consolidating a multi-stakeholder platform to comprehensively manage the diverse landscapes and contribute to the restoration and preservation of the natural and cultural heritage. Its mission is to collaborate to conserve biological connectivity and priority ecosystems, through the involvement of rural communities for integrated landscape management.