1 edition of Planning for management of communal natural resources affected by livestock found in the catalog.
Planning for management of communal natural resources affected by livestock
|Statement||edited by Enrique M. Portillo, L. Chris Weaver, and B. Motsamai.|
|Contributions||Portillo, Enrique M., Weaver, L. Chris., Motsamai, B., Lesotho. Range Management Division., Lesotho Agricultural Production and Institutional Support Project., SADCC Soil and Water Conservation and Land Utilization Programme., Workshop on Planning for Management of Communal Natural Resources Affected by Livestock (1990 : Mohale"s Hoek, Lesotho)|
|LC Classifications||SF85.4.A46 P58 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||93849997|
Morgan Doran Livestock & Natural Resources Advisor Napa, Solano, Yolo and Sacramento Counties The primary focus of my program is to disseminate research-based information that helps livestock producers make informed decisions on livestock and natural resource management. siting and management of livestock facilities to mitigate environmental impacts. In some cases, the environmental risks associated with livestock facilities may be minimized by implementing practices such as farmyard runoff control, extending the grazing period, in-field livestock feeding and other grazing or riparian stewardship practices.
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Land-use planning (LUP) is currently considered to be one of the best practices at the core of natural Disaster Risk Management (DRM) that can improve the security and resilience of the people. Considerable differences in current management systems are identified and are shown to depend primarily on the degree of control that can be exercised by communities over communal grazing resources.
This in turn can be related to the social and ecological heterogeneity that characterises the region and how this influences pressure on grazing Cited by: Outside of the county government the products and methodologies from these planning and managing dryland natural resources are also being taken up by donors and partners alike within Kenya and the region: the plans have been used to guide the work of others working in Isiolo, and the approaches and tools used have been adopted in Garissa County.
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At the same time, however, the natural resource base underpinning agricultural production is under threat, with growing threats to genetic diversity and the degradation of land and water resources.
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This concentration poses potential problems for environmentally-sound manure management.