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SANREM CRSP Newsletter, December 2008
(Blacksburg, VA: SANREM CRSP, OIRED, Virginia Tech, 2008)
Sustainable Management of Agroecological Resources in Tribal Soceties (SMARTS): Field observation in Nepal
(Pokhara, Nepal: LIBIRD, 2011)
This presentation introduces UH staff and students to LIBIRD and Tribhuan University, both in Nepal. It also introduces the farming conditions and crops at each study site.
Agroforestry and sustainable vegetable production in South East Asia watershed project: Indonesian TMPEGS
In East and Southeast Asia (SEA) about 1.7 billion pesons are living on less than US$i/day. This project will seek to alleviate poverty, food scarcity,a nd reduce environmental degradation in SEA by combining economically ...
Using cognitive mapping to assess farmer decision-making
(Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, 2012)
The purpose of this presentation and workshop was to collect data on farmer thought processes and values in order to develop a cognitive map model and provide insight into the factors that motivate their decisions, especially ...
Scaling-up - Integration of vegetables and agroforestry system in Asian watersheds: The SANREM-TMPEGS Philippine strategy
(Los Baños, Philippines: School of Environmental Science and Management, University of the Philippines, 2008)
The training need assessment was conducted with the main objectives of determining the specific capacity building needs of the different stakeholders (training needs assessment TNA) and identifying gaps that TMPEGS can ...
OUAT introduction March 2010
(Odisha, India; Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, 2010)
This presentation gives an introduction of study villages and OUAT to UH staff. It also contains preliminary data on current farming practices and trial plot sites.
Assessing the barriers to adoption of conservation agriculture practices among Chepang communities in the central mid-hills of Nepal
(Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2014)
Growing global populations and shifting climates have led to increasing demands on agricultural
Management of organic and inorganic soil fertility inputs in indigenous agricultural communities in the Bolivian Highlands
The Bolivian highland plateau region (Altiplano) is a semi-arid region in the Andes Mountains that has a range in elevation of between 3600 and 4300 m above sea level. The region's climate is characterized by high diurnal ...
Impact of no-till technologies in Ghana
(Mexico, D.F. Mexico: CIMMYT, 2002)
No-till with mulch was introduced in Ghana in the 1990s, and the package specifically responded to the needs of small-scale farmers. In 2000, it is estimated that 100,000 small-scale Ghana farmers practiced no-till on ...
Manejo de recursos naturales para agricultura de pequeña escala en la Ecoregión Andina de Ecuador
This presentation explains how mixed crop and livestock production systems can help improve crop productivity and the sustainability of farming systems in the Andean region of Ecuador. The main problem in the Chimbo watershed ...