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Gender and Soil Knowledge: Linking Farmers' Perceptions of Soils with Fertility Analysis in the Philippines
This presentation discusses the integration of gendered soil knowledge and scientific soil knowledge based on fieldwork in the Philippines. Qualitative methods were used to understand men's and women's soil knowledge as ...
Evaluating social network to transfer conservation agriculture practices among smallholder farmers in central mid-hills of Nepal
This presentation discusses analysis of the social networks of farmers in the mid-hills of Nepal.
SANREM CRSP project activities in the Philippines
This electronic presentation describes Long Term Research Activity 12 (Conservation agriculture for food security in Cambodia and the Philippines) and its objectives and activities, which include training workshops, field ...
Farmers’ preference: AHP workshop and analysis
(Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii, Manoa, CTHAR, 2011)
A presentation presenting detailed steps in conducting AHP to determine tribal Indian farmers' preference for cropping strategies that improve profit, labor savings, yield, or soil quality. These strategies are in pursuit ...
Community engagement through natuculture
Natuculture™ (pronounced nā-choo-culture) is any human made system that mimics nature in human disturbed landscapes. We have trained undergraduate students at NCA&T, high school students (Dudley, Page, Andrews, Smith, ...
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 ...
Natuculture: Biomimicry in urban landscapes
(ASABE Annual International Meeting, Dallas, TX 29 July - 1 August, 2012, 2012)
Natuculture™ (pronounced nā-choo-culture) is any human made system that mimics nature in human disturbed landscapes.
Natuculture: Urban farming for the future
Natuculture (pronounced “nāychew” culture) is any human made system that mimics nature in human disturbed landscapes. Natuculture is an agroecologically balanced and biologically diverse system for food production, stormwater ...
Gendered implications for agricultural labor in the mid-hills of Nepal with the introduction of conservation agriculture practices
(Honolulu HI: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, 2013)
The effect of gender-based labor on the success of agricultural development interventions is largely understudied. In this research, the gender distribution of labor and the potential shifts of labor distribution with the ...
Gendered Soils Knowledge, Access to Resources, and Agricultural Practices in the Philippines
This presentation discusses the methods and findings of gender research for development in the context of conservation agriculture. The purpose was to determine the gender-based constraints and opportunties for the adoption ...