Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 3, "The Proper Biology."
In response to the persistent inequalities of women in farming despite decades of development assistance, Team Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security at Sida Headquarters (Sweden) initiated a thematic evaluation of how gender issues are tackled in Sida-supported agricultural programs.
This manual focuses on providing a set of criteria to ecotourism planners and managers at conservation non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to facilitate decisions with respect to ecotourism management and development.
The USAID Biodiversity Policy provides a blueprint for how the Agency will work to achieve its vision of conserving biodiversity for sustainable, resilient development.
The purpose of this publication is to show how conservation agriculture can increase crop production while reducing erosion and reversing soil fertility decline, improving rural livelihoods and restoring the environment in developing countries.
The World Agroforestry Centre organizes resources on agroforestry. Here, you can find introductory documents on agroforestry for Peace Corps Trainees and Volunteers.
The Business of Ecotourism Development and Management introduces strategies that ensure that tourism activities contribute to the conservation goals of a protected area.
The purpose of this technical note is to provide guidance to NRCS field office staff when designing and installing habitat features for beneficial insects (insects that prey on or parasitize crop pests).
Pioneering 'Soil Food Web' scientist, Dr. Elaine Ingham, B.A., M.S., PhD., explains the interconnected relationships of microbes in healthy soil.
Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 2, "The Soil Food Web."