“Agricultural Land-Use” by Amah Akodéwou and Michel Godron
Amah Akodéwou and Michel Godron have some interesting, beautiful diagrams and mathematics in “Agricultural Land-Use Increases Floral Species Richness in Tropical Dry Forest and Savannah Ecosystems in West Africa.” I have not dug into the strengths and weaknesses of the paper, whatever there may be there, but I love the math! In the abstract, they …
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The Wolf Conservation Center
About the Center, they say “Founded by Hélène Grimaud in 1999, the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit environmental education organization working to protect and preserve wolves in North America through science-based education, advocacy, and participation in the federal recovery and release programs for two critically endangered wolf species – the Mexican gray wolf and red wolf. The WCC’s …
Cattle: It’s About Welfare, Not Wolves
Not sure what the actual stats are, but the general idea is prob right: too many people go loco about Wolves, Coyotes, Bears, Bobcats. They need to focus on more pressing factors and issues: how species-appropriate a farm is for Cattle, Sheep, or other livestock. To be productive and successful and profitable, farmers need to …
An Ecological Approach to Farming
We need more like this. Thank goodness many are out there doing this sort of thing, but we need more and we need it mainstream.
Robert and Robyn Guyton’s Food Forest
An idea we need more of!