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More effective natural resource management: using democratically elected, decentralized government structures in Uganda

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As forest and plantation reserves decline, the demand for tree products and services steadily increases in the densely populated south-western highlands of Uganda. Farmers are willing to grow trees on their farms but, as is typical in the highlands of Central Africa, on a small farm of less than i ha the farmer cannot set aside an area specifically for trees. Integrating trees into the farming system can provide important benefits to the fanner and the environment.

DOI:
https://doi.org/10.3362/9780855986896.006
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    Publication year

    2002

    Authors

    Raussen T; Ebong G; Musiime J

    Language

    English

    Keywords

    agroforestry systems, innovation, research and development, resource management

    Geographic

    Uganda

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