Workshop on Non-Timber Tree Product (NTTP) Market Research.
These are yet early days in the search for mechanisms that reflect concerns over both poverty alleviation and appropriate natural resource management in tropical environments. The search grows out of a rising awareness that answering the needs of these areas’ human inhabitants may well be a sine qua non for environmental success, and vice versa. Frequently found on the "short lists" of planners, policy makers, aid donors, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and farmers themselves for such mechanisms have been non-timber forest products (NTFPs)— items such as medicinal plants, tropical fruits, and building poles, extractable from forest environments and inherently suited to tropical ecosystems (more so than annual cropping systems, especially in areas with poor soils).
Citation, “Workshop on Non-Timber Tree Product (NTTP) Market Research.”. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC., p. 23, 1995.
AuthorsWitcover, J.; Vosti, S.; @cgiar.org, asb;
Publications DetailsPublication Type: Workshop Proceedings
Year Published: 1995