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Community-based conservation management has positive effect on wildlife

Date:  August 13, 2018
Source:  Penn State

Putting land management in the hands of local communities helps the wildlife within, according to new research. A new study demonstrates the positive ecological impacts of a community-based wildlife conservation area in Tanzania.

The research is summarized in a paper that appears online [date] in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

"Community-based natural resource management has become one of the dominant paradigms of natural resource conservation worldwide," said Derek E. Lee, the author of the paper, associate research professor at Penn State, and principal scientist at the Wild Nature Institute.

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