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Wild plant resources are harvested and managed by people in a variety of landuses, but few studies examine the interactions of landscape dynamics and the use and availability of wild plant resources. I address this question using a case study of common property lands with a history of community...

The Dead Sea is shrinking and the Akkar watershed is polluted. In a region where collaboration is often in short supply, international teams of researchers — supported by Canada's International Development Research Centre — have been working together to save these endangered boundary waters.