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Best practices in rangeland management: experiences from world bank projects






Rangelands in a sustainable biosphere Proceedings of the Fifth International Rangeland Congress, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 23-28 July, 1995 Volume 1: Contributed presentations: 328-329

Best practices in rangeland management: experiences from world bank projects

The project record of the World Bank in rangeland management is discussed. During the 1960s and the 1970s emphasis was placed on discrete projects designed to assist in exploiting the major resources of the area to increase incomes, for example through irrigation for cash crops, improvement of livestock herds and their marketing.


Accession: 002763970



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