Cattle grazing and farming has fragmented forest remnants and habitat connectivity in this southern Panama region of rolling hills and river valleys.  Connecting the remaining biological patches to provide wildlife corridors will support migration and genetic exchange.  This project explores strategies and methodologies used in other Central and South American countries to reduce the impact of farming on natural communities while protecting an agricultural economy.  A series of nine conservation principles, organized according to ecology, scale and stakeholder participation, guide corridor design across the peninsula.


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