Past project in the El Triunfo ecosystem, Chiapas, Mexico
Post date: Jul 22, 2011 8:04:01 AM
The team and I are working on our approach as we understand the dynamic relationships between the ecosystem, livelihoods, stakeholders, social, political and economic factors, the mechanisms that drive these forces and the impact they have on bird species richness and other animals such as the jaguar and tapir, in shade-grown coffee farms in rural Mexico. The attached document outlines our original proposal, however as we progress we are finding that things are not always as they seem. A more focused and detailed outline of our project objectives and how we will measure them will be available shortly. Muchas Gracias! Thanks for your support and interest! Conservation starts with you. Encourage others to conserve our natural places and resources. Below is a blog entry for Conservation International and the final report for the grant project Lowry wrote.