Documenting Adaptation Strategies and Coping Responses of Smallholder Farmers and the Role of Trees in Enhancing Resilience at Selected Watersheds in the PhilippinesMarya Laya Espaldon, Rodel D. Lasco & Marie Habito
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/29700Paper not yet published.
Replication data for: White Jabon (Anthocephalus cadamba) and Red Jabon (Anthocephalus macrophyllus) for community land rehabilitation: improving local propagation efforts.US Irawan & E Purwanto
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/29753Native to South and Southeast Asia, white jabon (Anthocephalus cadamba) and red jabon (Anthocephalus macrophyllus) are ideal choices for plantation and community forestry. Fast-growing and resistance to pests, the wood of these species have multiple uses. The species are preferred by local communities due to their adaptability and economic profitability. However, a lack of propagation technology appropriate for rural communities limits the domestication of jabon species. The research aimed to...
Communication of climate change and biodiversity in communities in the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected LandscapeAmy C. Cruz & Florencia Pulhin
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/29702Paper not yet published.
Exploring local knowledge on indicators of soil health and contributions of agroforestry trees in smallholders’ maize production systems in Rift Valley, KenyaJohn Nyaga, Barrios Edmundo, Catherine Muthuri, Ingrid Öborn, Viviene Matiru & Fergus Sinclair
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/29781A study was conducted to explore local knowledge on indicators of soil quality and contribution of agroforestry trees in smallholders’ maize production systems in Rift valley, Kenya. Semi structured interviews were administered to 47 small-scale farmers whose farms had similar soil type. The purpose of this study was specifically to: a) to assess farmers’ perceptions on the soil quality gradients in their farms; b) to determine local indicators used by...
Replication data for: Determinants of farmersâ tree planting behavior in the North West region of Cameroon: the case of Prunus Africana.Amos GYAU
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/24999Poor households in Cameroon rely on trees and tree-based products like the bark of Prunus africana(Hook.f.) Kalman (Rosaceae) (henceforth called Prunus) that are harvested from the wild.Due to unsustainable bark harvesting practices, the European Union, which is Cameroonâs main market for Prunus bark, banned its importation. To reduce pressure on existing natural stock, research and development organizations introduced innovations to encourage farmers to plant Prunus trees. The research reported in...