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AMBIO: Scolel Té Program. Annual Reports, 2002-2010 (www.planvivo.org); National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples: "Regiones indígenas de México", 2006;
National Secretary for the Environment and the Natural Resources (SEMARNAT): "Áreas Naturales Protegidas Federales de México"; National Institute of Statistics and Geography (www.inegi.org.mx).
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Scolel Té: growing up with trees
The Scolel Té Plan Vivo project involves over 2,500 families and nearly 50 communities in the central and northern Chiapas and northeast Oaxaca areas of southern Mexico. It is a model for community-based, sustainable land use and sequestration projects in developing countries.