Forests contribute positively to key ecological functions: improved transfer of nutrients, longer periods of water flow, moisture retention, and better pollination and pest control.

FES views forests as part of the larger physical, social, and economic landscape, and works with forest-dependent communities to plan preservation, conservation, and utilisation of these shared natural resources. FES thus helps build a larger farmer constituency for forest conservation, where the continuum of forests, agriculture and economic opportunities are appreciated together.

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