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Trees in home gardens: Making the most of an age-old practice to improve food security and nutrition.

Magazine article
Authors Marion Davis
Ekaterina Bessonova
Jenny Friman
Maria Ölund
Eskil Mattsson
Matilda Palm
Published in Stockholm Environment Institute: Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative (SIANI) and Forest, Climate & Livelihood Research Network (Focali), “Forests, Landscapes and Food Security” theme brief
Pages 4
Publication year 2014
Published at School of Global Studies
Centre for Environment and Sustainability
Pages 4
Language en
Links www.sei-international.org/mediamana...
Subject categories Horticulture, Physical Geography, Other Environmental Engineering

Abstract

Home gardens have been vital to human societies for thousands of years: from clusters of beneficial trees and shrubs planted on forest edges in pre-historic times, to the lush ediblegardens grown traditionally in many tropical regions, to the tiny, densely planted backyards that dot cities worldwide.

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