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Grazing Exclosure for Watershed Management and Livelihoods in Amhara National Regional State of Ethiopia
This document provides a draft strategy for the regional up-scaling of grazing exclosure in the highlands of Amhara National Regional State of Ethiopia, proposed by International Livestock Research Institute researchers ...
Achieving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Land Restoration
Land restoration and avoiding further degradation can be a key pathway to achieving food security and exiting poverty for some of the most vulnerable people living in Africa’s drylands. Achieving the UN’s SDGs requires ...
Augmented bush-thinning protocol
Planned comparison protocol on augmented bush-thinning.
Directed natural regeneration and fodder enrichment in communal grazing exclosure protocol
Planned comparison protocol directed natural regeneration and fodder enrichment in communal grazing exclosure.
Comparison of tree seedlings management for better survival and growth performance in the DRYDEV program intervention areas of Ethiopia
Planned comparison protocol of tree seedlings management for better survival and growth performance in the DRYDEV program intervention areas of Ethiopia
Watershed and Grazing Exclosure Management Frameworks
Under the patronages of International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) in collaboration with Community Based Integrated Natural Resource Management Project (under the Bureau of Agriculture) agro-regional workshop was ...
Short-duration resting of wet season grazing areas protocol
Planned comparison protocol on short-duration resting of wet season grazing areas.
Restoration of Degraded Lands in Mali: a review on lessons learnt and opportunities for scaling
The rapid growing population and the need of economic development is leading to a number of environmental issues, notably forest and degradation of land, resource depletion (water, mineral, forest), environmental degradation, ...