By Dean Current, Ernst Lutz, Sara J. Scherr, Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza, International Food Policy Research Institute, World Bank
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In this connection the study suggests that data be collected to test social and environmental impact hypotheses. Institutional and Policy Implications There has recently been considerable regional and international debate about the types of policy reforms necessary to promote agroforestry as well as forestry. In general, the typical issues raised, such as macro-and intersectoral policy linkages, trade policies, institutional development, and conservation policy, are relevant for Central America and the Caribbean.
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Evolution of Agroforestry in Central America and the Caribbean Numerous projects have been established in the past two decades throughout Central America and the Caribbean to promote communal and individual tree plantings and agroforestry systems. The evolution of agroforestry efforts in the region broadly followed (and in some cases led) international trends in thinking and action about agroforestry. In the late 1970s and early 1980s there was an emphasis on forestry for fuelwood production and the use of agroforestry systems for on-farm plantings (Eckholm 1975, King 1979).
Costs, benefits, and farmer adoption of agroforestry: project experience in Central America and the Caribbean by Dean Current, Ernst Lutz, Sara J. Scherr, Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza, International Food Policy Research Institute, World Bank