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  1. 1995-03-19 Learning how to do experimental trials Intensive small-scale farming Understanding plant diseases Fertilizer bean-Honduras Rats, mice and other vermin Rural journalism Information sharing - Germany Flexible experiments Learning with urban farmers - Bolivia Less fertilzer Hybrid layers -...
  2. 2005-03-20 Energy use in agriculture Planting to catch more sunlight Biodigesters in ecological farming systems Biogas in Uganda Improving organic fertilizers Saving energy with better tools Biogas production with guinea pig manure Improving traditional water mills Clean energy for chilling milk Passive...
  3. 2004-06-20 Youth and rural livelihoods Growing up in the REAL world Experiences from Honduras and Colombia Children and the red hairy caterpillar offensive Primary schools as catalysts for change Rediscovering cultural roots: children and biodiversity in the Andes The pathfinder Academy Young farmers in...
  4. 2017-01-01 Living a life of service to God in Honduras, two American women choose poverty and prayer as a way of life. Beth, an MD, and Prairie move to the rural mountains of Honduras, build a home, learn to live like their neighbors and found their own monastery with vows of material poverty, celibacy and...
  5. This scheme allows pest control workers to classify organisms, whether natural enemies or pests, according to the level of community knowledge, and to anticipate the unique opportunities and challenges that each kind of folk knowledge offers.
  6. 1994-01-01 In The Human Farm: A Tale of Changing Lives and Changing Lands, Katie Smith presents an unforgettable combination of human drama, spiritual principes, and pragmatic accomplishment. In learning how to renew their fields to provide themselves with yearly harvest, Honduran peasants also learn...
  7. The shrimp industry of southern Honuras is located on the coastal plain of the Gulf of Fonseca. The quantity and quality of water supplying the shrimp ponds is primarily dependent upon the rainfall and land management in the steeplands which rise up from the plain beginning about 40 km from the...
  8. This booklet gives anthropological and entomological views of integrated pest management for small-scale Honduran farmers. 57 pages
  9. This surveylooks at theproblems and possibilities of economic development in Honduras.