The socioeconomic conditions determining the development, persistence, and decline of forest garden systems

@article{Belcher2008TheSC,
  title={The socioeconomic conditions determining the development, persistence, and decline of forest garden systems},
  author={Brian Belcher and Genevi{\`e}ve Michon and Arild Angelsen and Manuel Ruiz P{\'e}rez and Heidi Asbjornsen},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={59},
  pages={245-253}
}
There is a range of forest management systems between pure extraction and plantation systems. Such “intermediate systems” range from wild forests modified for increased production of selected products to anthropogenic forests with a high-density of valuable species growing within a relatively diverse and complex structure. These systems, classed here as “Forest Garden Systems” (FGS), have important socioeconomic and ecological benefits, and yet they have been largely overlooked by researchers… CONTINUE READING