GEF Grant: US$4 Million Dollars
Project Description: The Espirito Santo Biodiversity and Watershed Conservation and Restoration Project for Brazil aims to support the adoption of environmentally friendly land use practices on 3,400 hectares in two key Atlantic forest watersheds in Espírito Santo, thereby contributing to improved biodiversity conservation. There are four components to the project. The first component of the project is strengthening watershed management. The second component of the project is targeted biodiversity protection and protected area (PA) management. The third component of the project is integrating biodiversity in production landscapes. The fourth and the final component of the project is monitoring and evaluation (M&E), and project management.