6m3 of illegally stored Ipe lumber seized near Brasilândia

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September 15, 2020 - Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

Três Lagoas Environmental Police seized 6.5 m³ of sawn wood on September 14, which was stored without the Document of Forest Origin (DOF). The man on site was allegedly illegally cutting down Ipe trees and sawing wood in the municipality of Brasilândia.

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6m3 of illegally stored Ipe lumber seized near Brasilândia

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