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Scaling up farmer-managed natural regeneration in Africa to restore degraded landscapes

Literature: Journal Articles

Reij, C., Garrity, D. 2016. Scaling up farmer-managed natural regeneration in Africa to restore degraded landscapes. Biotropica, vol. 48 no. 6, pp.834-843.

Contact Info

Corresponding author: CReij@wri.org

Affiliations

  • World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, USA
  • World Agroforestry Center, Nairobi, Kenya

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Description

  • The authors of this article argue that farmer managed landscape restoration (FMLR) to crete agroforestry systems can be scaled up in Africa if certain conditions are met.
  • The authors provide examples of successful FMLR as well as a strategy for scaling up FMLR in Africa.

Geographical Region

  • East Africa
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  • Country

  • Ethiopia
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