THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN SMALLHOLDER FARMERS AND FRAGILE TROPICAL AGROECOSYSTEMS IN THE KENYAN HIGHLANDS

Tom Miles

THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN SMALLHOLDER FARMERS AND FRAGILE TROPICAL AGROECOSYSTEMS IN THE KENYAN HIGHLANDS
A.N. Pell, D.M. Mbugua, L.V. Verchot, C.B. Barrett, L.E. Blume, J.G. Gamara, J.M. Kinyangi, C.J. Lehmann, A.O. Odenyo, S.O. Ngoze, B.N. Okumu, P.P. Marenya, S.J. Riha, and J. Wangil
POLICY BRIEF No. 3 January 2005
A project among Cornell University, the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute and the World Agroforestry Centre, funded by the USAID BASIS Collaborative Research Support Program.

A project among Cornell University, the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute and the World Agroforestry Centre, funded by the USAID BASIS Collaborative Research Support Program.

LINKAGES BETWEEN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND BIOPHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS
Farmers obviously rely on the land for their livelihoods. The converse, that ecosystem services depend on farmers