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Agroforestry News

Forage report highlights value of agroforestry
November 24, 2014

Agroforestry systems may be preferred sites for foraging as they combine domesticated and wild species in close proximity, says a new ‘Update’ from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the Unit

Kenyan farmers look to Moringa tree for nutrition and health
November 24, 2014

Farmers in northwest Kenya are embracing the Moringa tree through agroforestry, reports the Business Daily.

Congo Basin forest report focuses on agroforestry
November 24, 2014

The newly released 2013 edition of the ‘State of the Forests of the Congo Basin’ has a strong focus on agroforestry, woodlands in savannas and steppes, and forest plantations, rather than covering

Centre hosts landscape art exhibition
November 24, 2014

The World Agroforestry Centre’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya is hosting an exhibition of paintings of trees and Kenyan landscapes.

Al Jazeera screens story on breeding local food for better nutrition
November 20, 2014

Al Jazeera English’s program Innovate Africa will profile work being done at the World Agroforestry Centre to develop lesser-known food crops in Africa.

30 million trees for Rwanda
November 20, 2014

Rwanda will plant 30 million trees to help restore its forests, provide fuelwood and to curb erosion and greenhouse gas emissions.

Native Americans revive traditional agroforestry practices
November 19, 2014

The reintroduction of traditional agroforestry management systems is helping the Karuk and Yurok tribes of North America restore their forests and waterways.

Papua’s carbon potential highlighted during project review
November 17, 2014

Papua, the Indonesian province with the largest forest coverage, can play a vital role in initiatives to reduce carbon emissions from the land sector, says Sonya Dewi, World Agroforestry Centre Ind

Tanzania’s ambitious climate plan
November 17, 2014

Tanzania’s is seeking to implement a Climate-smart Agriculture plan that will invest Sh 1 trillion (around US $580 million) in activities to improve the resilience of agriculture in the country to

Medicinal plants threatened
November 17, 2014

The genetic diversity of medicinal plans is in danger as a result of climate change and overexploitation, reports an article on the Food Tank website.

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