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Two Who Won...

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Among the 22 winning projects in the DM2008 competition was Agricultural Cooperatives for Biodiversity Conservation in Cambodia, and collecting the award were Enterprise Planner Adviser Karen Nielsen and Technical Adviser Tom Clements (in photo).

"W'e're quite excited about having our project recognized as one of the more innovative ones," said Nielsen, clutching her team's award.

Under the project, "Wildlife-friendly" products grown in conservation-protected areas in Cambodia will be marketed nationally, including at tourism centers, by cooperatives in 10 villages.

The $100,000 project is sponsored by the Wildlife Conservation Society through its Cambodia Program.

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Submitted by Anonymous on
Great work by Tom, Karen and colleagues. Go to http://www.wcs.org/globalconservation/Asia/Cambodia/ to learn more. Hugo

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