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  1. This study is structured in four substantive chapters and a conclusion. Chapter 2 defines key concepts and reivew main trends in poly and legislation. Chapter 3 discuess the land/water rights interface with regard to irrigation. Chapter 4 focueses on pastoral water points. Chapter 5 deals with...  
  2. Includes the best of Florida's native flowering plants that attract and feed native butterflies. These are the plants that naturally supported themore than 160 butterfly species that bred in Florida well before the impacts of man became noticeable. The book is also about the butterflies...  
  3. This publication is the result of a workshop that convened researchers, extension workers, farmers, seed producers, businessmen, government and nongovernment organizations to examine different areas in vegetable production; identify and analyze problems; and formulate goals, solutons and action...  
  4. This book based on 10 years of research will help with understanding the mentality of traditional villagers, their world outlook, and the social, cultural and psycological problems they face in a rapidly changing environment.  
  5. The Crandalls how how anything that growns in a conventional garden can be grown in a container. This includes such unlikely candidates as asparagus, pumpkins,corn--even fruits such as apples, apricots, peaches, pears and figs. Container gardening also makes it possible for people in cold...  
  6. The objective of this book is to provide a status report on the development of renewable energy in the United States and an objective assessment of its most probable prespects through the year 2000. The intent is to fill a gap in the literature and guide geographers and others through the...  
  7. This report presents information and insights from the lessons learned in some 35 PHC projects that display community participation and community involvement elements. The intent of the authors is not to present the final solution to the community participation problems, but to share the lessons...  
  8. Traditional Pacific Island diets were diverse and nutritionally appropriate. In recent decades Pacific Islanders have experienced many changes in lifestyle and diet. Most of the dietary changes have not been for the better, and have contributed to the burden of malnutrition throughout the...  
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  10. This manual has been written for community development workers in Thrid World countries who are not technicians in the area of forestry, but who want some general guidelines for planning environmentally sound small-scale forestry projects.