Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 4, "What is Soil?"
In Part 5 of this series, Dr. Elaine Ingham, B.A., M.S., PhD. describes differences in soil productivity by explaining the foundations for growth and how they are established, maintained and restored in various soil types and ecosystems.
This website provides a report on the state of Europe's forests which is intended to stimulate debate on the role of forests in society and the implementation of sustainable forest management in the region.
Recording of seminars held during The Pacific Region Colloquium, originally called the Western Region Colloquium, which was founded in February 1996 as a monthly speaker series intended to bridge the gaps between the Bureau's science disciplines.
This experiment focuses on determining the most productive environmental characteristics for diverse populations of native bees.
This resource teaches how catch bees with bowls.
A rich collection of essential agricultural, food, and environmental information offered to users around the globe.
This publication, developed for the World Health Organization's Convention on Biological Diversity, focuses on the links between agricultural biodiversity, food security and human health.
This is an infographic on how Peace Corps promotes gender in food security.
Using the agricultural sector strategies and gender policies of the three partner organizations, the Sourcebook addresses the agricultural livelihoods in specific investment or programmatic areas of TFhe World Bank, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and The International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD).