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Indigenous Biocultural Heritage



The Potato Park is Recognized for its Innovations in Genetic Preservation of the Potato
2017-02-28

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The Minister of the Environment, Elsa Galarza, and the Vice-president of the Republic, Mercedes Aráoz, visited the Potato Park on February 22nd, with the objective of learning about the successful model of collective governance by the five Quechua communities that administer the conservation area.

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The Vice-President, Vice-Minister of Strategic Development of Natural Resource and the Minister of the Environment visit the Potato Park.

Media coverage by the Ministry of the Environment:

Minister Elsa Galarza recognizes the Potato Park for its innovations made in genetic preservation of the potato and the development of biocultural experiences






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