Value unchained: putting money into the hands that grow our food
Agroforestry, which integrates trees and forest elements into agricultural landscapes, is currently something of a sleeping giant that is waiting to help people dependent on land who are suffering in the face of climate change. As with many other things, demonstrating the economic benefits of agroforestry can be a very effective way to awaken the giant.
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