(The Humanitarian Social Network)
Dear Aidsource Colleagues,
A lack of coping strategies for adapting to a changing climate, depleted soils, unreliable access to water, and outmoded agricultural practices are leading to reduced agricultural productivity, income generation, and food security for smallholder farmers worldwide.
The Center for Sustainable Development—CSDi—is launching a course on Climate Smart Agriculture.
This course begins with a participatory mapping of cropping systems, soil and water resources, and climate change related challenges. Adaptation techniques are prioritized to best fit the local context and include:
|OL 333. Climate Smart Agricultural Practices:
The course includes downloadable manuals and field guides for each technique. See a full course syllabus.
Complete information and course syllabus: