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The Watson Partners and the Southern Minnesota Sugar Beet Cooperative

  • Adam Birr

The Watson Partners Farm is part of a cooperative of sugar beet growers that established an internal point to non-point phosphorus trading program to offset phosphorus discharge from its processing...

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Mudford Farm in the Chesapeake Bay

  • Ariela Summit

The Biophilia Foundation, a non-profit organization, and partners, Chesapeake Wildlife Heritage and Water Stewardship Inc., anticipate that credits will appreciate in value as a legislative framework...

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Buck Island Ranch and the Florida Ranchlands Environmental Services Project

  • Chris Horne

Buck Island Ranch (BIR) is one of eight participating ranches in the Florida Ranchlands for Environmental Services Project (FRESP), a project initiated in 2005 by World Wildlife Fund, ranchers,...

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Sacramento River Ranch

  • Maria S. Bowman

Agricultural, Ecological and Regulatory Context The Sacramento River Ranch property lies adjacent to the Sacramento River, which runs from Mount Shasta to the San Francisco Bay, in California. River...

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Buyer, Regulator, and Enabler – The Government’s Role in Ecosystem Services Markets

  • Sara Scherr
  • Michael T. Bennett

China's fast-paced economic growth during the past three decades has greatly multiplied the environmental challenges faced by policy makers at all levels of government, increasing pressures on...

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Building Community Assets and Capacities for Adaptive Management

  • Courtney Wallace-Stokes
  • Louise Buck
  • Randall Purcell

The United Nations World Food Program worked with EcoAgriculture Partners to do an assessment of community engagement programs in Kenya and Ethiopia to determine its success, or shortcomings, in...

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Making REAL(U) Right: Harmonizing Agriculture, Forests and Rights in the Design of REDD+

  • Sara Scherr
  • Seth Shames
  • Courtney Wallace-Stokes
  • Andy White
  • Jeffrey Hatcher
  • Peter Minang

Strategies must be adapted to their landscape The model of paying off farmers with the supposed opportunity cost of expanding is not a long term goal, and studies show that investing in...

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Anticipating Change: Scenarios as a Tool for Adaptive Forest Management

  • Eva Wollenberg

No one can ever know the future, but we can often better prepare for it. This manual is about how people can use future scenarios to better prepare for change and uncertainty. In the following pages...

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Ecoagriculture and the Collaborative Management of Rural Landscapes

  • Sara Scherr
  • Jeffrey C. Milder
  • Abigail Hart
  • Louise Buck

This paper describes the steps of the collaborative process of rural landscape management as well as five core competencies needed for stakeholders to successfully understand, negotiate, design, and...

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Strategies for Sustainable Development in Rural Africa: A Framework for Integrating Investment in Agriculture, Food Security, Climate Response and Ecosystems

  • Edward Ayensu
  • Jeannot Zoro Bi Bah
  • Martin Bwalya
  • Lloyd Chingambo
  • Owen Cylke
  • Richard Fairburn
  • Minu Hemmati
  • Prince Kapondamgaga
  • Melinda Kimble
  • Marcia Marsh
  • Ibrahim Assane Mayaki
  • James Nyoro
  • Joost Oorthuizen
  • Balgis Osman-Elasha
  • Sara Scherr
  • Howard Shapiro
  • Tesfai Tecle
  • Ibrahim Thiaw
  • George Wamukoya

How to seize current opportunities to devise an Africa-led strategy for sustainable development that would not only achieve food security and improve nutrition, with resilience to climate change, but...

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