Water capture in soil through hydrology design in Honduras' dry corridor: A case study in El Salto farm in San Matias, El Paraiso
Presented By: Erlin Escoto Valladares
Event: ECHO International Agriculture Conference 2018 (2018-11-13)
Many farmers in Honduras' dry corridor have been leaving their farms and migrating to cities due to droughts. Hydrologic design allows improves biological, chemical, and physical conditions in the soil, and increases resilience in farms to climate variability.
Erlin Escoto Valladares
Erlin Escoto is a teacher from Honduras, working at National University of Agriculture in Catacamas, Olancho for the last ten years. He is an agronomy engineer with a master degree in water management, and has experience in GIS and climatology.