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  ​Communication of the ecosystem services concepts should start from the translation into terms that resonate with local understandings of territory, development,​ identity, and culture. ​  In the case of biomass production, the community was first asked to reflect on what the forest meant to them from a cultural and historical point of view, and how their forest/​grassland resources could support local development. ​  In the case of ‘recreational service’, it was translated into a concept more closely aligned with tourism’s best practices, which are currently associated with the concepts of destination organisation,​ management and marketing. In this case, tourism was described as a common and territorial good that can be cultivated by the community to support local development.  ​Communication of the ecosystem services concepts should start from the translation into terms that resonate with local understandings of territory, development,​ identity, and culture. ​  In the case of biomass production, the community was first asked to reflect on what the forest meant to them from a cultural and historical point of view, and how their forest/​grassland resources could support local development. ​  In the case of ‘recreational service’, it was translated into a concept more closely aligned with tourism’s best practices, which are currently associated with the concepts of destination organisation,​ management and marketing. In this case, tourism was described as a common and territorial good that can be cultivated by the community to support local development.
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