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Laguna Garzon enters the National System of Protected Areas of UruguayLaguna Garzon enters the National System of Protected Areas of Uruguay

The Executive Branch announced that Garzón lagoon entered the National System of Protected Areas, as defined by the National Directorate of Environment (DINAMA) since late 2007 as a “priority” to be preserved.

The Garzón lagoon is a valuable area for grassland conservation and habitat heterogeneity natural grasslands support a great diversity of species.

The regulatory executive decree formalized the decision to integrate Garzón lagoon to the National System of Protected Areas as “Habitat Management Area and / or species, driven by civil partnership Wildlife Uruguay in late 2007”.

DINAMA understood the importance of “preserving diversity of environments representative of the Uruguayan Atlantic coast and the various species that live in it, of great historical value.”

The decision also implies recognition of the importance of the area, the creation of a management figure, a management plan and management, the definition of a local crew and the formation of a special commission advises local and government representatives.

Coastal lagoons are mirrors of brackish water surface and separated from the coastal environment by a barrier of sand. Hold important populations of birds, mammals, fish and shellfish of great commercial value.

The Garzón lagoon is a valuable area for grassland conservation and habitat heterogeneity natural grasslands support a great diversity of species.

The bridge over the Garzon

The director of the Protected Areas System, Guillermo Scarlato said regarding the construction of the bridge over the lagoon which authorization was linked to the entry area to the System.

“The bridge has an authorization that was evaluated and which provides that the management of the environment is made under the income of the lagoon system,” he said.

For its part, the national director of Environment, Jorge Rucks, said he has drawn in a participatory process, “a lengthy discussion to resolve how to care and use an area of particular natural beauty.”

While tourism director Benjamin Liberoff remarked that it is a “transcendent for a country whose brand ‘Uruguay Natural'” fact.

Demir Pereyra
Periodista

Columnista en Caras y Caretas

Corresponsal Diario La República

Coordinadora de Prensa MultimedioThe Executive Branch announced that Garzón lagoon entered the National System of Protected Areas, as defined by the National Directorate of Environment (DINAMA) since late 2007 as a “priority” to be preserved.

The Garzón lagoon is a valuable area for grassland conservation and habitat heterogeneity natural grasslands support a great diversity of species.

The regulatory executive decree formalized the decision to integrate Garzón lagoon to the National System of Protected Areas as “Habitat Management Area and / or species, driven by civil partnership Wildlife Uruguay in late 2007”.

DINAMA understood the importance of “preserving diversity of environments representative of the Uruguayan Atlantic coast and the various species that live in it, of great historical value.”

The decision also implies recognition of the importance of the area, the creation of a management figure, a management plan and management, the definition of a local crew and the formation of a special commission advises local and government representatives.

Coastal lagoons are mirrors of brackish water surface and separated from the coastal environment by a barrier of sand. Hold important populations of birds, mammals, fish and shellfish of great commercial value.

The Garzón lagoon is a valuable area for grassland conservation and habitat heterogeneity natural grasslands support a great diversity of species.

The bridge over the Garzon

The director of the Protected Areas System, Guillermo Scarlato said regarding the construction of the bridge over the lagoon which authorization was linked to the entry area to the System.

“The bridge has an authorization that was evaluated and which provides that the management of the environment is made under the income of the lagoon system,” he said.

For its part, the national director of Environment, Jorge Rucks, said he has drawn in a participatory process, “a lengthy discussion to resolve how to care and use an area of particular natural beauty.”

While tourism director Benjamin Liberoff remarked that it is a “transcendent for a country whose brand ‘Uruguay Natural'” fact.

Demir Pereyra
Periodista

Columnista en Caras y Caretas

Corresponsal Diario La República

Coordinadora de Prensa Multimedio

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