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Guide “Herbs and shrubs for restoration of the Cerrado: no-till” available on CEPF Cerrado website

Already available here on CEPF Cerrado website the guide & #8220;Herbs and shrubs for restoration of the Cerrado: direct sowing & #8221; authored by Alexandre Bonesso Sampaio, Jose Felipe Ribeiro, Gustavo Barros Rocha, Fabiana Souza and Lais Nehme and published by the Cerrado Seed Network.

With support from CEPF Cerrado and International Institute of Education of Brazil, a Cerrado Seed Network execute the projects  “Training in ecological restoration of the Cerrado”, which aims to train actors in restoration actions, as well as others involved in the restoration process, on the diagnosis of degraded areas, restoration planning, restoration techniques and monitoring of restoration results. And the project “Seed Market and Restoration: Providing Environmental Services and Biodiversity”, which aims to act in the main links of the native seed production chain: the seed collectors, the different types of seed buyers and the interconnection between these actors.

*The Cerrado Seed Network (CSR) was established in 2004 and its main objective is the defense, preservation, conservation, management, restoration, promotion of studies and research, and the dissemination of technical and scientific information related to the Cerrado Biome, especially in central Brazil. CSR seeks to foster the production chain of native seeds of Cerradobalancing seed supply and demand, aligning income generation to local and traditional communities. Through training and dissemination of technical information, CSR seeks to expand knowledge and ensure the protection, valuation and preservation of this biome. To this end, CSR maintains partnerships with nonprofit and government entities. These partnerships have made it possible to create, edit and release this guide. CSR thanks all partners: Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan, and the World Bank; Caixa Seguradora Institute, German Cooperation - GIZ, Embrapa, Biomes Project, Brazilian Forest Service, Chico Mendes Institute, National Center for Biodiversity Assessment and Cerrado Research and Conservation, University of Brasilia, International Institute of Education of Brazil, Collectors Association of Chapada dos Veadeiros Seeds - Standing Cerrado and Collective Restores Cerrado.

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* Text taken from the guide's preface.

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan and the World Bank. A key goal is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation.