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Regeneration of Traditionally Used Indigenous Species to Reduce Pressure on the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve
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Action for Community Organisation, Rehabilitation and Development
HOTSPOT
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$14,997
DATES
Oct 2009
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Feb 2012
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$14,997
DATES
Oct 2009
-
Feb 2012

Create a nursery of traditionally used species such as various medicinal plants and tubers and provide saplings to the numerous tribal families and settlements along the edge of the critical tiger habitat of Gudalur Division near Mudumalai. Help tribal communities retain their traditional resource base while reducing pressure on tiger habitat.

Strategic Direction: 1 Enable action by diverse communities and partnerships to ensure conservation of key biodiversity areas and enhance connectivity in the corridors