This paper explores how various dimensions of social capital have evolved and been influenced by institutional dynamics in Saint Lucia's domestic agri-food system.
Journal articlesSOCIAL NETWORKS COLLECTIVE ACTION AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS SOCIAL CAPITAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY SOCIAL HISTORY PLANTATIONS AGRONOMY LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMSPublished dateThursday, March 2, 2017 - 05:00
Journal articlesSOCIAL CAPITAL LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMS AGRONOMY AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS SOCIAL CAPITAL AGRICULTURAL POLICY SOCIAL HISTORY PLANTATIONS Food security AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES
How do stakeholder interactions influence national food security policy in the Caribbean? : the case of Saint Lucia
In Saint Lucia monocrop (banana) plantation agriculture for commodity export continues to dominate the national and regional agricultural psyche, with minimal policy attention being directed towards developing more locally-oriented food systems inPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2017 - 05:00
Cultivated and well maintained pastures or forage banks are required to support feeding of sheep and goats. The project aims to improve dry matter and nutrient yield of forages available on farms.Published date2013
Ecological and socioeconomic intensification of smallholder agriculture in the Andes : final technical report (March 2014 - August 2014)
Results show the power of agroecological practices to improve livelihoods and food security, limited by situations where most agroecological respondents are participating in projects that are funded by donors, within conditions of government weaknPublished dateSaturday, August 2, 2014 - 04:00