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  1. 1988-03-19 Mountain agriculture Land degradation in Papua New Guinea Sloping agricultural land technology Land use systems in marginal highlands Community forestry Cassava planting Pest management
  2. 2020-01-20 In this issue: Agrocecology and feminist economics The path to feminist agroecology The economic potential of agroecology in Europe The rise of rural women's movements in Southern Africa Care ethics in agroecology Highland agriculture Growing equity through agroecology in Uganda
  3. This publication is the final output of a workshop help in the Phillippines. It was during this workshop that field tested and farmer-approved practices were compiled in a single publication and edited in a fully participatory manner. This publication is aimed at extension workers, farmers,...
  4. Tropical highland regionsinclude multiple locations throughout Central and South America, East Africa, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and many of the islands in the tropics. Highland regions are characterized by high altitudes andvariable rainfall. One of the main agricultural concerns for...
  5. Key Resource 2012-01-01 Asia makes up less than one third (30%) of the world’s land area and yet carries over half (56%) of the world’s population. Moreover, the average population density of Asia becomes a significant long-term problem when food production is considered. Some countries in Asia have a population density...
  6. 2006-01-01 The A-Frame Level is a simple, yet accurate tool used for constructing contours on a hillside or slope. It is useful in the basic construction of hillside farming systems, such as the SALT systems, as well as for establishing level contours and drainage ditches. Level contours on a slope reduce...
  7. 2002-01-01 There is information in this manual that is found in other places, but the focus in this book is to concentrate on sources of information not easily available to development agents such as scholarly journals or books not sold in Ethiopia. When possible we verified with the farmers information...
  8. 2016-11-01 The roles of restoration projects as among best practices contributing to sustainable agriculture in the Ethiopian Highlands Ecosystems. He will. speak on how species diversity of the area together with the associated ethnobotanical knowledge contributes to conservation agriculture in the...
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  10. 2018-02-08 Speaker Bio: Rhonda M. Oloan is from Bontoc, Mountain Province. She is one of the Researchers At Baguio National Crop Research Development and Production Support Center (BNCRDPSC) at the Bureau of Plant Industry of the Department of Agriculture, Philippines. She is currently involve in organic...