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Can farming and wildlife coexist?

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Spears, J.S., 1980: Can farming and forestry coexist in the tropics?. An examination of 5 World Bank projects in Malaysia, Colombia, Kenya, Indonesia and the Philippines, to encourage small farmers to abandon forest cutting and shifting cultivation and to adopt sustainable farming systems as part of more stable rura...

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