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What is Agroforestry

Agroforestry • Definition:-Agroforestry is the branch of forestry, in which Agriculture crops are grow with the forest trees and shrubs. Or • Agroforestry is a land use management system in which trees and shrubs are grow around and among Agricultural crops. It's called Agroforestry.
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• Agroforestry could play an important role in miltigating climate change, because it sequesters more atmospheric carbon in plant parts and soil.
• Agroforestry was formally outlined in the early 20th century by American economic geographer J. Russell Smith in his book Tree crops: A permanent Agriculture (1929).

IUCN

IUCN ( International Union for Conservation of Nature) • IUCN was established on 5 October 1948 in the French town of Fontainebleau. • Headquarter:- Gland, Switzerland • CEO:- Grethel Aguilar (Jun 2019) • Founder:- Julian Huxley • Founded:- 5 October 1948, Fontainebleau, France. • Members:- 1400

* The International Union for Conservation of Nature is an international organisation working in the field of Nature conservation and sustainable use of Natural resources. It is involved in data gathering and analysis, research, field projects, advocacy and education. Or * International Union for Conservation of Nature is a democratic Union that brings together the world's most influential organization and top expert's in a combined effort to conserve nature and accelerate the transition to sustainable development.

• IUCN is a membership union composed of both government and civil society organisations. It harnesses the experience, resources and reach of its more than 1400 member organizati…

Benefits of Agroforestry

Benefits of Agroforestry • Three benifits of Agroforestry.
(1) Environmental benefits. (2) Economic benefits. (3) Social benefits.
• Agroforestry system have been adopted in many parts of the world.
(1) Environmental Benefits:- Agroforestry miltigating climate change affects through natural resources conservation in the short andCand sequestration in the long run.
• They can control runoff and soil erosion, there by reducing losses of water, soil material, organic matter and nutrients.

               1.0 Environmental Benefits

(2) Economic Benefits:- Greater output of food, fuel wood, fooder and timber.
• Significant potential to provide employment to rural and urban population.

                       2.0 Economic Benefits

(3) Social Benefits:- Improvement in rural living standards.
• Making villagers self-dependent.
• Rural people are easily produces the high production of Agricultural crops and forest products.

3.0 Social Benefits