Technical Cooperation Network on Agro-Forestry Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean
Apr 1986, within the framework of FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (FAO/RLC). Presumably no longer exists.
Promote the application of agroforestry systems as an appropriate technology for small farmers to produce food, wood and non wood forest products under a framework of sustained development.Available with paid subscription only.
Training activities and technical meetings in different aspects of agro-forestry systems; exchange of experiences and information; application of agro-forestry systems in watershed management.
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Members in 19 countries
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- Agriculture, Fisheries
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