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Farmer managed natural regeneration in Kenya: A trainer's guide for farmers, pastoralists and other land users

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This FMNR guide has been prepared through the Regreening Africa project to support grassroot actors such as non-governmental organizations (NGOs), community-based organizations (CBOs), forestry and agriculture sectors' extension staff, local institutions, farmers and pastoralists in Kenya to successfully establish trees on degraded lands. The information provided here has been largely adapted from the “farmer managed natural regeneration in Kenya: a primer for development practitioners”, alongside the authors' experience.
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    Muriuki, J.; Wanjira, E.O.; Ojuok, I.




    natural regeneration, degraded land, land rehabilitation, farmers



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