How agroforestry schemes can improve food security in developing countries

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from The Guardian
Published on 26 Feb 2013 View Original

Agroforestry has multiple benefits, it's important that they are raised in food security debates so that they can reach their potential

Agroforestry – the integration of trees and shrubs with crops and livestock systems – has strong potential in addressing problems of food insecurity in developing countries. Done well, it allows producers to make the best use of their land, can boost field crop yields, diversify income, and increase resilience to climate change.

Read the full report on the Guardian.