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The treasures of the Russian taiga

Russian forests offer a bounty of natural food and medicinal products. Both local villagers and wild animals depend on the mushrooms,
berries, nuts, honey and medical plants that grow there.

This booklet describes how wise use of nontimber forest resources helps to protect the ‘home’ of the Siberian tiger and to promote sustainable forest management in Russia.

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WWF China Annual report 2009

WWF China Annual report 2009

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  • WWF China Annual report 2009


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