Trees on Farm report
New agroforestry study shows that almost half of all farmed landscapes worldwide include significant tree cover.
Released on Monday 24 August 2009 at the opening of the 2nd World Congress of Agoforestry being held in Nairobi Kenya, this is the first study to quantify the extent to which trees are a vital part of agricultural production in all regions of the world. It reveals that on more than 1 billion hectares-which make up 46 percent of the world's farmlands and are home to more than half a billion people-tree cover exceeds 10 percent.
Trees on Farm: Analysis of Global Extent and Geographical Patterns of Agroforestry
Tree Cover on Agricutural Land - Global
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