Tunari National Park: Restoration of the native vegetation in Tunari
Bolivia, Tunari started 1993 Active Conservation, Restoration, Tourism, Education, Natural Forest Management, Plantation Forestry, Research
For more than 10 years, Armonía has invested efforts to protect native forests and the most threatened bird species that depend on these habitats. We carry out numerous educational, reforestation and research activities, focusing our efforts to protect the most important sites. Today, together with the department, several local communities and the Tunari National Park, we plan to reforest 100,000 seedlings annually to restore the altitudinal chain of andean forests in this area.
Marcia M. Salvatierra Gomez firstname.lastname@example.org +591 77928219