UH conservation agriculture project working to help tribal communities in India and Nepal
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Water Resources Research Center
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This bulletin features a two-page summary of SANREM CRSP’s Sustainable Management of Agro-ecological Resources for Tribal Societies (SMARTS) project for India and Nepal. It includes a map of India and photos from their work in Kendujhar. It was distributed freely on UH Manoa campus and among project participants.
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