A Bolivian forester measures a tree trunk as part of the sustainable logging process near Cururu. In Curur? and 15 other Bolivian communities, through a project created by the Bolivian government and the U.S. Agency for International Development, forests are commercially harvested using sustainable forest management principles. As leader of the project, The Nature Conservancy is working with its partners to provide hands-on technical assistance and training to help local people profitably run a community forestry enterprise and sustainably manage their forests. Products from wood harvested in Curur? are shipped to national and international markets bearing the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) seal of certification. Photograph taken on assignment for The Nature Conservancy's "Design For A Living World" project and exhibition. © Ami Vitale Bolivia harbors 43 percent of all the bird species found in South America.