Conozca el proyecto para ecosistema de montaña de Restoration Stewards

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Marlon Webb

Crán̈jsúj Díˇ Bosque Para Nacer Agua es un proyecto desarrollado por Diwo Ambiental junto con el pueblo indígena Bruncajc de la comunidad Boruca. El proyecto se basa en la cultura ancestral del pueblo indígena Bruncajc y apunta a la restauración de los ecosistemas montañosos dentro de la reserva indígena, así como a incrementar la adaptación de esos ecosistemas al cambio climático. Nuestro objetivo aquí es rehabilitar áreas deforestadas y degradadas en las montañas de la cuenca del río Boruca, junto con fuentes de agua comunitarias, aumentando así los servicios ecosistémicos en su beneficio. Simultáneamente, apuntamos a recuperar su soberanía alimentaria a través de la producción de alimentos para el autoabastecimiento mediante la planificación de sistemas agroforestales diseñados para generar huertos forestales abundantes y diversos, que a su vez refuerzan las áreas de conservación.

Marlon Webb

Bosque para nacer Agua

Communities depend on the mountains in the area mainly for freshwater. However, the degradation of this vulnerable ecosystem is increasing. It is a fundamental need to restore this ecosystem and the society depending on it. That is why at Diwo, we partner with the Bruncajc Indigenous Women’s Group “So Cagru” to restore the Boruca mountains, conserve freshwater and preserve cultural heritage.

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Supporting partners

Under the banner of Generation Restoration, the Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL) and the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) launched the Restoration Stewards program in 2020 to support and highlight the work of six young restoration practitioners and their teams, dubbed ‘Restoration Stewards’. The year-long program provides funding, mentorship, and training to deepen the impact of these projects.
In 2021, the Restoration Stewards and their teams will be supported to further develop their project and will become ambassadors at both global and local levels. Globally, the Restoration Stewards will share their journey in a series of vlogs and blogs documenting their stories of inspiration and challenges. Locally, they will spark a restoration movement, creating pathways to connect, share, learn, and act for more sustainable landscapes.