The Santa Maria project conserves more than 70,000 hectares of the Amazon rainforest’s unparalleled biodiversity. This was made possible through rigorous monitoring of the region implemented by the carbon project. In total there are 8 surveillance bases surrounding the project area, which are indispensable to monitoring deforestation together with satellite images.
Furthermore the project is FSC certified, guaranteeing that forest products come from a responsibly managed area. The project also provides local employment as the workers hired for monitoring and harvesting forest products comes from the surrounding communities.
The Santa Maria forestry project covers an area of about 70,000 hectares of Amazonian forest.A sustainable management system guarantees a non-predatory extraction of wood (FSC certified), enabling the existence of economic activities without jeopardizing the forest, and thus harmony between economy and conservation.The monitoring is done by satellite and there are 8 surveillance bases surrounding the project area.The project also employed local community for its rigorous monitoring and also to perform the sustainable harvesting. A total of 50 direct and 200 indirect employments have been created.Santa Maria welcomes scientific researches on biodiversity, including a recent study on panthers.
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