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Integrated landscape management
through ‘ecoagriculture’
Louise E. Buck
Department of Natural Resources, Cornell Universit...
History of ecoagriculture
Cornell and the CEWG
Key elements of a landscape approach
● Agreement among stakeholders on
landscape objectives
● Management of ecological, so...
Growing interest in integrated landscape
management
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Cornell Landscapes Research Forum (Dr. Louise Buck)

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The Landscape Research Forum, held at Cornell, was convened to explore ways to capture expanding domestic and international interest in framing goals related to food security and ecosystem service protection with a landscape approach. In this slideshow, Dr. Louise Buck introduces the key elements of a landscape approach. For more information, please visit the Cornell EcoAgriculture Working Group at http://ecoag.cals.cornell.edu/.

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  • Founding of EcoAgriculture Partners, inception of the Cornell Ecoagriculture Working Group, Original Nairobi Forum, 10 years!
  • Engages faculty, staff and students. Louise, maybe you can mention how many students we’ve had…
  • Founding of EcoAgriculture Partners, inception of the Cornell Ecoagriculture Working Group, Original Nairobi Forum, 10 years!
  • Engages faculty, staff and students. Louise, maybe you can mention how many students we’ve had…
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    1. 1. Integrated landscape management through ‘ecoagriculture’ Louise E. Buck Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University Landscapes and Leaders Program, EcoAgriculture Partners Landscapes Research Forum October 10, 2013
    2. 2. History of ecoagriculture
    3. 3. Cornell and the CEWG
    4. 4. Key elements of a landscape approach ● Agreement among stakeholders on landscape objectives ● Management of ecological, social and economic synergies and trade-offs among different land and resource uses in the landscape ● Land use practices that contribute to multiple landscape objectives ● Development of supportive markets, policies and investment programs ● Establishment of collaborative processes for multi-stakeholder management and governance
    5. 5. Growing interest in integrated landscape management
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