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Workshop in the community of Barra.
Brazil

What kind of economic activities can be viable and sustainable communities in a more remote and distant from Amazon?

In search of the answer to this question, WWF-Brazil, in conjunction with several partner institutions, promoted at the end of September, the First Workshop on Brazil nut and Tourism. The event took place in the community of Barra de São Manoel, located in Apuí, Southern Amazonas, at 453 kilometers from Manaus (http://www.wwf.org.br/informacoes/noticias_meio_ambiente_e_natureza/?36382).

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Tags: workshop; people; community; tourism; brazil nut; outdoors; tapajós; juruena; teles pires; são manuel
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