The opportunities for joint action towards biodiversity protection and promotion at landscape scale are diverse and manifold.
Farmers are key in biodiversity conservation and can make a big difference by choosing how to manage their land and applying practices that can benefit both their farming business, biodiversity and the wider environment.
Everyone can help to improve our understanding of biodiversity at a landscape scale, by becoming active and joining or organising citizen science activities to collect data and raise awareness. Activities are taking place across Farmer Clusters.
Farmers and local communities record and share biodiversity observations around Farmer Clusters, which create important research quality data for the global scientific community.
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