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The SANREM CRSP: a framework for integration of systems analysis methods in a sustainable agriculture and natural resource management research and development agenda



The SANREM CRSP: a framework for integration of systems analysis methods in a sustainable agriculture and natural resource management research and development agenda



Opportunities, use, and transfer of systems research methods in agriculture to developing countries Proceedings of an international workshop on systems research methods in agriculture in developing countries, 22-24 November 1993, ISNAR, The Hague: 233-246



The mission of the USAID-funded Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Programme (SANREM CRSP) is to implement a comprehensive, farmer-participatory, interdisciplinary research, training, and information exchange programme that will elucidate and establish the principles of sustainable agriculture and natural resource management on a landscape scale.

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