Agricultural biodiversity in smallholder farms of East Africa

Agricultural biodiversity in smallholder farms of East Africa, ed. Kaihura, Fidelis and Stocking, Michael (Tokyo: UNU Press, 2003).

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  • Editor Kaihura, Fidelis
    Stocking, Michael
    Title Agricultural biodiversity in smallholder farms of East Africa
    Publication Date 2003
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher UNU Press
    Pages xvii, 245 pages
    Language eng

    The rich biodiversity of plants found in smallholder farms in Africa helps support communities by producing a range of resources from medicines to construction materials. These farms are often the guardians, as well as the beneficiaries of a greater diversity of biological species than can be found in protected areas. This publication discusses how the smallholder farmers of East Africa, in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, are contributing to the global agenda for the conservation, sustainable use and equitable sharing of the benefits of biodiversity.

    Copyright Holder UNU
    Copyright Year 2003
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280810882
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