Extractive reserve

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An extractive reserve is an area of land, generally state-owned where access and use rights, including natural resource extraction, are allocated to local groups or communities.[1]

Extractive preserves limit deforestation both by the local residents preventing deforestation within their reserve, and by acting as a buffer zone that keeps ranching and extractive industry out of the forests beyond.[2]

Extractive reserves in Brazil[edit]

In Brazil, the Extraction reserves are of public domain but the use of the land is allowed for traditional extractive populations. The units are used by these populations for their subsistence, based on extraction together with family agriculture. The aims of these reserves, as determined by the SNUC is protect the means of life and culture of these populations and to guarantee the sustainable use of natural resource.[3]

List of Extractive reserves in the Amazonian forest [1]
Name Date of creation
Alto Juruá 1990
Alto Tarauacá 2000
Angelim 1995
Aquariquara 1995
Arapixi 2006
Arióca Pruanã 2005
Auatí-Paraná 2001
Baixo Juruá 2001
Barreiro das Antas 2001
Canutama 2009
Castanheira 1995
Catuá-Ipixuna 2003
Cazumbá-Iracema 2002
Chico Mendes 1990
Chocoaré - Mato Grosso 2002
Ciriaco 1992
Curralinho 1995
Cururupu 2004
Extremo Norte do Tocantins 1992
Freijó 1995
Garrote 1995
Guariba 2005
Guariba-Roosevelt 1996
Gurupá-Melgaço 2006
Ipaú-Anilzinho 2005
Ipê 1995
Itaúba 1995
Ituxi 2008
Jaci Paraná 1996
Jatobá 1995
Lago do Capanã Grande 2004
Lago do Cuniã 1999
Mãe Grande de Curuçá 2002
Mapuá 2005
Maracatiara 1995
Marinha de Araí-Peroba 2005
Marinha de Caeté-Taperaçu 2005
Marinha de Gurupi-Piriá 2005
Marinha de Soure 2001
Marinha de Tracuateua 2005
Marinha do Maracanã 2002
Massaranduba 1995
Mata Grande 1992
Médio Juruá 1997
Médio Purus 2008
Mogno 1995
Pedras Negras 1995
Piquiá 1995
Quilombo Frechal 1992
Renascer 2009
Rio Cajari 1990
Rio Cautário 2001
Rio Cautário (Estadual) 1995
Rio Gregório 2007
Rio Iriri 2006
Rio Jutaí 2002
Rio Ouro Preto 1990
Rio Pacaás Novos 1995
Rio Preto-Jacundá 1996
Rio Unini 2006
Rio Xingu 2008
Riozinho da Liberdade 2005
Riozinho do Anfrísio 2004
Roxinho 1995
São João da Ponta 2002
Seringueira 1995
Sucupira 1995
Tapajós-Arapiuns 1998
Terra Grande-Pracuúba 2006
Verde para Sempre 2004

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