Agroforestry News

Agroforestry News

Indonesian farmers train to reduce emissions

Farmers in Papua, Indonesia are learning which farming activities can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Climate-smart agriculture makes sense for Kenya

Climate-smart agriculture and its relevance to Kenya are discussed in an article in The East African.

Agroforestry partnership combats poverty and degradation in Haiti

A 2-part series of articles in Triple Pundit looks at how a partnership between Haiti’s Smallholder Farmers’ Alliance (SFA) and the company, Timberland, is transforming livelihoods and inc

Forest conservation and agroforestry hand-in-hand in Indonesia

In West Sulawesi, Indonesia, a community forestry program is enabling farmers to legally grow crops and trees within the forest.

Trees fund kids’ education in Haiti

Africa’s damaged soils struggling to support food production

Around 65 per cent of Africa’s arable land is too damaged to sustain viable production, according to a report by the Montpellier Pa

Transforming laws transforms a landscape

Changes to laws and regulations in Niger have seen a transformation in the landscape; benefiting farmers and the environment.

Soil underpins the health of food

The 1st Annual Food Tank Summit will be held from 21-22 January 2015 in Washington D.C.

Graduates to breed better local crops

“These scientists can now make quicker decisions about plant breeding, leading to higher nutrient content,” said Howard-Yana Shapiro, chief agricultural officer with Mars Incorporated in a an artic

Realising the benefits of the Moringa tree

The Moringa Tree, which is native to parts of Africa and Asia, is said to prevent many different diseases.

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