Establishing a biological corridor improves livelihoods

Building on a process initiated over 26 years ago, the Colinas Bajas Model Forest (Dominican Republic) brought together local stakeholders, the government and a mining company to extend a successful forest landscape restoration initiative. They are currently creating a biological corridor between two protected areas inside the Model Forest. They established and supported nurseries, conservation and commercial forests, and small businesses in forestry, agroforestry and ecotourism. This video is in Spanish. English is available through closed captioning. Video: http://youtu.be/kDaKS1-iqLA