Seedling, trees, forest networks
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CTA. 2001. Seedling, trees, forest networks. Spore 92. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The Forest Policy and Environment Group (FPEG) of the Overseas Development Institute has launched a new independent website (www.odifpeg.org.uk) The well-stocked site includes research papers and a searchable database of all Rural Development...
The Forest Policy and Environment Group (FPEG) of the Overseas Development Institute has launched a new independent website (www.odifpeg.org.uk) The well-stocked site includes research papers and a searchable database of all Rural Development Forestry Network (RDFN) papers, in English, French and Spanish. Their "links" page points to all well-known national and international players in the world of trees, forests and related research including ICRAF and CIFOR, and some lesser-known sources. The international Network for Bamboo and Rattan at www.inbar.int offers you all there to is know on these two versatile plants. At www.sdnp.org.gy/iwokrama/, the website of the Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation and Development in Guyana, you ll find multi-lingual information on the management, conservation and sustainable development of about 360,000 hectares, of pristine tropical forest. The government has dedicated the Iwokrama forest to the international community to demonstrate how tropical forests can provide economic benefit while conserving biodiversity. Finally, at the website of the Forestry Conservation Portal at http://forests.org it is all in the name you ll find a vast amount of news and information on forest issues. Particularly helpful are the regional forestry search engines enabling you to find forestry news updates in your own region.
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