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Development of Partnerships and Funding for Protected Areas in the Panama Canal Watershed

by Jerry Wylie last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:02 PM
Contributors: Gretchen Merrill, Curt Buchholtz

The specific tasks identified in the scope of work for this project include: 1) Provide expertise to help develop a plan for organizing an interpretive or cooperative association for national parks in the Panama Canal Watershed. 2) Meet with government and non-government organizations to explore the current situation, issues, needs, legal constraints and opportunities for an association that can raise funds to enhance the national parks and develop interpretive materials for sale. 3) Explain the function and benefits of cooperative associations. Share ideas and examples of materials and programs from the United States. 4) Visit the national parks to become familiar with the range of opportunities and challenges. Visit all major facilities, both public and private, which currently provide or could provide interpretive information to tourists and the local public visitor.

Author(s): Gretchen Merrill , Curt Buchholtz

Publication Date: 2000

Location: Panama

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