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close this bookAgroforestry In-service Training: A Training Aid for Asia & the Pacific Islands (Peace Corps, 1984)
close this folderAppendices
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View the documentAppendix A: List of workshop participants
View the documentAppendix B: Workshop technical staff
View the documentAppendix C: List of international organizations for resource assistance
Open this folder and view contentsAppendix D: New directions in agroforestry: The potential of tropical legume trees
Open this folder and view contentsAppendix E: Nitrogen-fixing tree resources: potentials and limitations
Open this folder and view contentsAppendix F: Production of fuelwood and shall timber in community forestry systems¹
Open this folder and view contentsAppendix G: Leucaena as a fallow improvement crop: A first approximation¹
View the documentAppendix H: Nitrogen fixing trees: general information
View the documentAppendix I: Establishment and management of NFT plantations
View the documentAppendix J: Evaluation
View the documentAppendix K: Chart on results of workshop evaluation

Appendix B: Workshop technical staff

Bruce Burwell: Private forestry consultant, technical forestry trainer, former Peace Corps Volunteer in Chile. Seattle, Washington.

Calvina Dupre: Agriculture Sector Specialist , Office of Training & Program Support, Peace Corps, Washington.

Jacob Fillion: Associate Forestry Sector Specialist, Office of Training & Program Support, Peace Corps, Washington. Project Manager.

Ian Knight: Principal Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Home Affairs & National Development, Government of the Soloman Islands.

Kenneth MacDicken: Private forestry consultant, nitrogen fixing tree specialist, former Peace Corps Volunteer in Philippines. Snohomish, Washington.

John Schenk: Ecologist, presently working for the Government of the Solomon Islands.

Harold Senter: Land use planning specialist, Government of the Solomon Islands.

Dr. Napoleon Vergara: Research Associate in agroforestry, East-West Environment and Policy Institute, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Julius Weeks: Administrative Assistant, Forestry Sector, Office of Training & Program Support, Peace Corps, Washington. Administrative/Logistics Coordinator for Workshop.