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Courtesy of Thomas Muller and The Nature Conservancy - Sierra del Divisor, Peru

The Nature Conservancy

Sierra del Divisor National Park

This grant will help The Nature Conservancy and its partners facilitate the creation and management of Sierra del Divisor National Park in Peru. The new park will border the existing Serra do Divisor National Park in Brazil, forming a large bi-national park that protects a contiguous landscape with some of the highest levels of biodiversity found in the Amazon Basin. Outcomes include creation of the national park in Peru (3.2 million hectares) and reduction of biodiversity threats, establishment of a minimum of five indigenous reserves in the neighboring Brazilian state of Acre, and solid conservation management for the territories.

Title: Sierra del Divisor National Park
Date Awarded: Nov 2003
Amount: $2,499,084
Term: 36 months
Grant ID: GBMF302
Funding Area: Environmental Conservation, Andes-Amazon Initiative
Organization Name: The Nature Conservancy

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Palmyra Atoll Project $2,350,000 Feb 2004
Palmyra Acquisition PRI $10,000,000 Apr 2002
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