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Martin Wiesmeier Sep 23
Today Roundtable of the European Commission on , and ways to implement in agriculture, very constructive meeting!
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Northern Real Farming Conference Sep 25
Join Nikki Yoxall a in Aberdeenshire for "Implementing with native as part of a healthy " at
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Let's Unite #ForNature #FoodSystems #Biodiversity Sep 21
practices will not only today's rising population, it offers to resolve We advocate sustainable practices with
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Trees for the Future Sep 22
Look closely - you’ll can see the 4 components that allow the land and farmer to thrive. 1️⃣ Living Fence 2️⃣ Multipurpose Rows 3️⃣ Fruit Tree Portfolio 4️⃣ Permagarden Take a tour of a Forest Garden ⬇️
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Anandi A. Premlall 🌿❤🌴 Sep 22
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Welthungerhilfe Sierra Leone Sep 26
Visit to farms of , fruit & indigenous trees supported by with funding by the Sierra Leonean Government in Pujehun District, . systems promote by envisions &
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Livelihoods Funds Sep 21
for soil, water, food! Livelihoods & are launching a large-scale agroforestry project in Rwanda with 30,000 smallholder farmers to restore soil, preserve water & sequester more than 2.2 MCO2 tons over 20 years. Learn more:
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Vi Agroforestry Sep 25
📢New policy brief 💚 Agroforestry & water for resilient landscapes 🌳 The brief focuses on the role of trees for increased water security on smallholder farms in the tropics, & opportunities to adopt as a restoration practice
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Africa Wood Grow Sep 19
Pumpkins comming up inbetween the trees.
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Trees for the Future Sep 26
One of the first things farmers learn when they join our Forest Garden Program is how to build a living fence. 🌳 A living fence is a protective barrier made up of thousands of fast-growing trees that help keep the soil healthy and in place.
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Let's Unite #ForNature #FoodSystems #Biodiversity 20h
is high. More are graduating from colleges than the labour market can contain "What youths must know is there is no easy ride out there Turn your mind to the large untapped wealth of job opportunities in practice"
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Peter Hobson Sep 23
Great news. Why stop there? How about transitioning all of agriculture to or mixtures of organic & , Go 100% renewable (dump nuclear), revert all forest back to native species. Then you will be pulling punches.
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EURAF2020 Sep 24
EURAF newsletter is available. Who's interested in getting update on can subscribe visiting EURAF website
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Ursula Langkamp Sep 22
Training on nursery establishment and management for systems by completed in Makpele and Barrie Chiefdom, Pujehun, . Funding by the Sierra Leonean government.
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MoEF&CC Sep 24
has initiated work on DEVELOPMENT OF DRAFT STANDARD FOR WOOD FROM THE : AgriWood India.
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warlopf Sep 23
yes works! 42% to 55% more productivity under temperate silvopasture systems! See this world survey just published :
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Rico Sep 26
Nice interview with Gerry about the future of agroforestry in Europe
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Save Bees and Farmers ECI Sep 24
One of our demands is nature restoration and recovery in all agricultural areas. This includes increasing legumes production, making grassland bee-friendly, re-wetting marshlands and high moors, investing in and .
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MoEF&CC Sep 24
Replying to @moefcc
This standard for wood obtained from farms (AgriWood) may allow trading of wood species and simplify the process of selling of agroforestry wood directly to market with the least formalities of passes/ transit requirements.
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Ian Short - Forestry Researcher Sep 25
And the right🌲 🌳 on the farm grown and managed in the right way can provide all of these
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