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Contribution of a private poplar industry in Chile to sustainable rural development



Contribution of a private poplar industry in Chile to sustainable rural development



Unasylva English ed 56(221): 12-17



This paper describes the successful integration and contributions of the CAF El Alamo, a large-scale private poplar (Populus) forest industry in Chile contributing to the social and economic development of the community, in terms of wood production, community relations programme, environmental activities, and monitoring, measurement and evaluation of forest resources.

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