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Year: 2002
Market-oriented dairy farming is one of the best ways for smallholders with little land but access to sources of animal feed to earn cash income, especially as livestock are an integral component of mountain farming
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Year: 2001
This study provides a broad, regional picture of the state of mixed crop-livestock mountain agriculture (excluding purely pastoral systems) across the Hindu Kush-Himalayas (HKH), based on an analysis of the empirical data obtained from national government publications
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Year: 1999
The People and Resource Dynamics Project (PARDYP) is an integrated watershed-based research for development project concerned with natural resource dynamics and degradation processes in the middle mountains of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas
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Year: 1997
The present study was undertaken in the northern and southern districts of Sikkim, India, in order to examine the effects of mountain agricultural development processes on livelihood options and their implications on sustainability
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Year: 1995
The effects of improved accessibility in high mountain areas have stimulated a discussion on models that depict montane resource utilization, transformation of agricultural practices, and settlement patterns
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