Through combining traditional knowledge with sustainable land management, farmers in Nicaragua are maintaining crop productivity for longer.
“Africa must leverage agro-biodiversity and ecological principles such as agroforestry to build resilience and harness natural capital,” writes Alex O Awiti, director of the East African Institute
To boost the quality of locally-grown fruit trees in Malawi, the World Agroforestry Centre is training nursery operators in nursery management, registration and certification.
The role of women in sustainable natural resource management and the fight against wildlife crime are major themes of this year’s Africa Environment Day, reports Standard Digital.
A conference from 3-6 March 2015 in Ibadan, Nigeria is discussing how integrated systems research offers solutions to tackling poverty, hunger and environmental degradation as part of global effort
The Southern Africa Beating Famine Conference, being held from 14-17 April 2015 in Lilongwe, Malawi, offers an opportunity to engage with a wide array of development organizations involved in promo
Lack of a seed policy in Malawi may be hampering efforts in agroforestry, explains an article in Blantyre Newspapers Online.
An article on the Food Tank website profiles 101 stories of hope, innovation and success in creating a better food system.
Planting trees specifically for charcoal production can provide Kenyan farmers with lucrative income as well as prevent forest destruction, says an article in the Daily Nation.
The importance of coffee agroforestry systems in providing habitat for birds is highlighted in an article in The Conversation.