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Parque Bambú - Ecuador

Parque Bambú - Ecuador

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  • Commenced: 01/10/2010
  • Submitted: 02/07/2012
  • Last updated: 01/08/2012
  • Location: El Limonal, Ibarra - Imbabura, Ecuador
  • Phone: 0059363016606
  • Website: www.bospas.org
  • Climate zone: Sub-tropical



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Parque Bambú - Ecuador

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Rural, Commercial, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Parque Bambú – Bamboo Park / Ecuador Planting different types of giant bamboo around water sources, in watersheds, along creeks and rivers.

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Parque Bambú

The aim of the Project is:
1.    to display about fifty different species of giant bamboo along the Guallupe Creek in the domain of Bosque de Paz and in neighboring farms.
2.    to accommodate the site with trails and signs in order to receive visitors.
3.    to plant a large quantity of bamboo of the species Guadua  angustifolia, Dendrocalamus asper and Bambusa tulda in order to produce sufficient material for processing. 
4.    to install a workshop for processing bamboo culms into chairs, tables, panels, etc.

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