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SCAPES Landscape Profile: The Sacred Himalayan Landscape

SCAPES Landscape Profile: The Sacred Himalayan Landscape
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Contributors: USAID

The Sacred Himalayan Landscape was one of nine transboundary landscape-scale efforts in USAID’s Sustainable Conservation Approaches in Priority Ecosystems (SCAPES) project. Conservation of Sacred Himalayan Landscape was undertaken by the World Wildlife Fund, which partnered with CARE on community forestry endeavors. To enlist communities as conservation stewards, the project addressed their livelihood and resource needs. By working with existing community-based organizations and community-forest user groups, the project helped to improve pasture and natural resource management and expand alternative livelihoods, thus reducing pressure on the landscape.

Author(s): USAID

Publication Date: 2016

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