Community-Based Resource Management

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This practice generally involves communities coming together to care for and collectively manage their  natural resources (forests, river basins, watersheds, etc.) in a way that preserves the natural environment, restores healthy soils, and increases biodiversity to sustain food production well into the future.

Community and biodiversity-based natural resource management are increasingly gaining in popularity as the active participation of stakeholders in the in natural resource decision making and use translate into increased economic and environmental benefits.

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