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Sep 29, 2010
In Search of Lasting Farming Solutions to Climate Change

In the semi-arid Laikipia district of Kenya’s Rift Valley province, research scientist Sarah Ogalleh Ayeri travels from one village to another, documenting methods used by peasant farmers as they attempt to adapt to changing climatic conditions. “Farmers in this area can hardly grow any crop because of the prevailing drought. Instead, they keep livestock that include local cattle breeds, camels, goats and sheep.”

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