Inga Alley Cropping providing land for life

Title Inga Alley Cropping providing land for life
Contributor Lorraine Potter
Author Mike Hands
Content Hands, M. R. June 2002.
Alley-Cropping as a Sustainable Alternative to Shifting Cultivation. Final Report. Project HND / B7-6201 / IB / 97 / 0533(08). Tropical Forests Budgetary Line. Commission of the European Communities. DG I. Brussels.

Hands, M. R. 1998.
The uses of Inga in the acid soils of the Rainforest zone : Alley-cropping sustainability and soil-regeneration. In : Pennington, T.D. and Fernandes, E.C.M. (eds.) The Genus Inga : Utilization. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. England.

Type of initiative Training Initiatives
Year Published
Language English
North America HONDURAS
Link https://www.ifoam.bio/sites/default/files/ofia2017_handout_web.pdf

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Pathways to resilience

Title Pathways to resilience
Contributor USC Canada
Author USC Canada
Content A document looking at the key elements of a resilient agricultural system.
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published 2008
Language English
Africa NIGERIA, ZAMBIA
North America HONDURAS
Link http://usc-canada.org/UserFiles/File/Pathways-to-Resilience.pdf

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Case study Honduras

Title Case study Honduras
Contributor USC Canada
Author USC Canada
Content This case study highlights the work of farmers in Yoro and Otoro regions of Honduras, supported by USC partner FIPAH (Foundation for Participatory Research with Honduran Farmers). Farmers organize community-based agricultural research teams (called CIALs), to diversify their plant genetic resources and to develop hardier plant varieties that grow well on their soils.
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published
Language English
North America HONDURAS
Link http://usc-canada.org/UserFiles/File/Pathways-Case01-Honduras.pdf

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