Cenicaña arrives with her technical knowledge until Tacueyó

Last July the team Corpopalo, representatives of the New Zealand Landcare Research entity, indigenous authorities of Toribío and Cenicaña They visited the Tacueyó reservation, in the department of Cauca, to share with the community some progress in the management carried out with the Water Fund for Life and Sustainability Foundation (FAPVS).

On this occasion, a tour was made of the areas where meteorological stations began to be installed to measure atmospheric variables and level stations to measure the flow, sediments and precipitation in the upper part of the sub-basin of the Palo river, Tacueyó shelter, municipality of Toribío, Cauca.

The data collected through these stations will allow the evaluation of the impact of conservation actions carried out by FAPVS.

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