Medio ambiente: las plantaciones forestales emergen como negocios en Piura

Medio ambiente: las plantaciones forestales emergen como negocios en Piura

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COLPAPAMPA, PERU - JUNE 2007: The trek follows the Santa Teresa river in the cloud forest through Coffee, Banana and Passion Fruit plantations, Collpapampa, Peru, June 29, 2007. We see local people, a few Brazilian tourists, kiosks along the way with locals and children. River swimming is possible in icy glacial rivers. All along the way, mule trains and horses ply the path with water, tourist baggage and goods. We walked through the town of Playa where we were able to see the small tent cities of the young trekkers travelling on a budget. The trek concluded today at the start of the Inca trail, at the Lucma Lodge at 2100m. (Photo by Brent Stirton/Getty Images)

Doce plantaciones forestales en la región Piura, de las cuales seis corresponden al cultivo de bambú, sostenible para el medio ambiente, se reportaron hasta agosto por el Servicio Nacional Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre (Serfor) del Ministerio de Agricultura y Riego.

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