Training manual on landscape restoration

Published: November 2020

Landscape restoration is the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged or destroyed. Forest and landscape restoration addresses restoration at a landscape scale, often encompassing several ecosystems and land uses, as a way of enabling users to achieve trade-offs among conflicting interests and balancing social, cultural, economic and environmental benefits. The primary objectives of these modules are to provide training and practice to capacitate participants to identify and plan the most-effective restoration strategies and methodologies, identify ecosystem services provided by landscapes, design and implement restoration measures while integrating physical, biological and socioeconomic aspects, and monitor and evaluate results.

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