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One of the local women walking through the forest to show the progress of trees growing. Photo courtesy of Fundación Biodiversa.

Local group of women implement community-based restoration area, creating their own source of income

Colombia is the second-most biodiverse country in the world, and the Middle Magdalena Valley (MMV) in north-central Colombia is one of its most biodiverse regions, with more than 50 mammal, 630 bird, 120 reptile, 50 amphibian, 120 fish and 4,000 vascular plant species.

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