This report explores the general feasibility of agroforestation projects with special attention to Haiti’s northwest region and the island of La Gonave. It provides an assessment of some of the problems and possibilities for carrying out such programs to the benefit of small peasant farmers. Attention is focused on the planting of fast-growing hardwoods useful for producing wood charcoal. Of particular interest is the potential these trees might have as a cash crop in the context of Haitian agriculture.
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Trees and Charcoal in Haitian Peasant Study of Reforestation
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