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Using qualitative GIS to explore gendered dimensions for CAPS in the Philippines: A mixed methods approach
This presentation discusses the fieldwork and findings of a research-for-development project in the Philippines regarding gendered soil knowledge, access to resources, and agricultural practices. It identifies gender-based ...
Adoption and impacts of conservation agriculture: Quasi experimental evidence from E. Africa
Conservation Agriculture is a recent and evolving concept to land management that seeks to optimise crop yields and farm profits in a manner that balances economic and environmental benefits. The underlying principles ...
Sustainable management of agro-ecological resources for tribal societies (SMARTS)
(Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, 2013)
The presentation provides as update up to September 2013 of the Sustainable Management Of Agroecological Resources For Tribal Societies (SMARTS) program under the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management ...
Effect of tillage and intercropping on crop productivity, profitability and soil fertility under tribal farming situations of India
(Bhubaneswar, India: Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT), 2013)
Low crop yields due to continuous monocropping and deteriorating soil health in smallholder farm fields of tribal villages in India have led to a quest for conservation agriculture production systems (CAPS). This objective ...
Utilization of soil conservation practices in Central Haiti
This presentation describes research conducted as part of SANREM's work in the Central Plateau of Haiti. A household survey was conducted, and the data was used to determine the drivers, intensity, and value of adoption. ...
Economic feasibility of conservation agriculture production system (CAPS) for smallholder tribal farmers in Nepal.
This presentation examines the following research questions:
Developing conservation agriculture with trees for integrated sloping lands management in the Philippines
Degraded sloping landscapes are expanding rapidly in the Philippines because of severe soil erosion caused by intense rainfall associated with more frequent typhoons as a consequence of changing climate. Decreased agricultural ...
Economic Impact Assessment of SANREM
While conservation agriculture production systems (CAPS) are known as methods for improving soils, the economic impact of their adoption must also guide research and promotion. This PowerPoint, from Sustainable Agriculture ...
SANREM: An innovation laboratory to improve food security, rural livelihoods and resource conservation globally through conservation agriculture
The presentation covered the overall objectives and activities of the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Program (SANREM CRSP). SANREM’s global focus on conservation ...