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Identifying strategies: Stakeholder Workshop 1 Print

The results of the first DESIRE stakeholder workshop, held in Eskişehir, Turkey, January 22-23-25, 2008.

 

 

Techniques currently applied

  • Crop rotation
  • Fodder crop production
  • Tree planting

 

Potential technqiues

  • Terracing
  • Mulching
  • Improving grassland
  • Tillage perpendicular to slope
  • Check dams
  • Vegetation strips
  • Drip irrigation

 

Overall strategy

  • To increase soil fertility (through crop rotation, mulching and tree planting)
  • To limit water loss (through drip irrigation and improving grassland)
  • To prevent water and soil loss by erosion (through terracing and check dams)

 

Main conclusion

Strengths

  • High level of motivation of local stakeholders
  • Good collaboration of external stakeholders
  • High level of awareness of local stakeholders

Weaknesses

  • Financial aids
  • Loose contact between local stakeholders and external stakeholders
  • Gender problem

 

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»Identifying strategies: Stakeholder Workshop 1 methodology and summary results from all study sites

 

 
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