Agrosilvofishery: potential solutions for restoration, economics and food security in peatlands

Image of a landscape in Perigi Talang Nangka Village, Ogan Komering Ilir (OKI) Province, South Sumatra. Photo by: Icaro Cooke Vieira/CIFOR

In the previous section we heard about the potential of agrosivofish in peatland restoration. This time, we once again invite Forest Talk listeners to delve deeper into agrosilvofishing.

Agrosilvofishery seems to be gaining popularity as one of the most effective peatland management approaches, and is being touted. A win-win solution.

Let’s learn together about the potential of agrosilvofishery restoration, economy and food security in peatlands in the latest episode of the Forest Talk podcast, no less fun and interesting, from Prof. Rujito Agus Suuinho, Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sriwijaya. .

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