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United Kingdom: Community Orchards Frieze Hill and New Ash Green Woodlands

First published on 07/31/2008, and last updated on 05/17/2017

Community Orchards Frieze Hill and New Ash Green Woodlands, July 2008


In 2008, members of the ICCA Consortium, TGER and TILCEPA facilitated and carried out a series of grassroots-level ICCA discussions accross the world, seeking to refine the understanding of the values, benefits and appropriate forms of recognition of ICCAs. The initiative was carried out with the support of GTZ.

The lessons learned from these grassroots discussions are synthesized in CEESP Briefing Note no. 9 on Recognizing and Supporting Indigenous and Community Conservation.

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