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Integrating Conservation and Sustainable Tourism in the Dominican Republic: Rapid Assessment of Biodiversity Threats and a Conservation Strategy for Aguas Blancas Waterfall

Integrating Conservation and Sustainable Tourism in the Dominican Republic: Rapid Assessment of Biodiversity Threats and a Conservation Strategy for Aguas Blancas Waterfall
by Jerry Wylie last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:02 PM
Contributors: Jerry Wylie, Jerry Bauer

This assessment was conducted by a team from the US Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry as part of the USAID funded activities of the Dominican Sustainable Tourism Alliance (DSTA).The DSTA has selected the small community of El Convento to receive technical support and funding to develop an ecotourism-based business using the Aguas Blancas waterfall recreation site as the primary attraction.

Author(s): Jerry Wylie , Jerry Bauer

Publication Date: 2009

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