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Using local agricultural biodiversity in Kenya

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Published on May 18, 2012

Peninah Mwangangi has a smallholder farm in the arid region of Kitui, in eastern Kenya. Here farmers are starting to feel the effects of climate change. Peninah explains how using local traditional food crops have helped them against harvest loss when the rains don't come.

Bioversity International works towards a world in which smallholder farming and forest communities in developing countries are thriving and sustainable.

Read more about neglected and underutilized species here: http://www.bioversityinternational.or...

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