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III Meeting of Research, Extension and Dissemination of Conservation Units of Vão do Paranã and Surroundings

via AVA / ICMBio / MMA

The Vão do Paranã region is of high importance for the conservation of biodiversity and caves. In this region there are four federal and three state and one municipal conservation units. Since 2014 when the first meeting was held in the city of Mambaí the number of scientific research has increased significantly, there are still a number of studies conducted by different research projects that were developed about Vão do Paranã involving different educational institutions such as Federal University. de Goiás & #8211; UFG, University of Brasilia and Federal Institute Goiano Campus - Posse.

The main objective of this event is to increase the number of scientific researches, university extension works and good social and environmental practices in all Vão do Paranã UCs and surroundings, in order to allow the integration of the knowledge generated by them with special focus on the caves of the region. . At the same time, it is intended to disseminate all this knowledge generated to local society and other stakeholders. The Meeting hopes to increase the participation of APA's interior residents by encouraging the presentation of good practices (experience reports) adopted by local communities that contribute to nature conservation.

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  • Students
  • Local community
  • Other interested


  • EA Teacher Training
  • Exchange of knowledge on good practices for cerrado fruit processing
  • Buriti crafts
  • Organic Beekeeping or Olericulture
  • Young educates Young
  • Introduction to Caving focusing on tourist driving
  • Cerrado Seed Collection and Processing Workshop


August 8-10, 2019 


Mambaí & #8211; GO



  • 29/07/2019 & #8211; Registration Deadline 
  • 08/08/2019 & #8211; Deadline for registration.

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.