Forests and Human Health Jan-16-2013


We hope that our Newsletter, as a platform, will continue to bring experiences and knowledge of forests and human health from different countries and different groups of people. This would support the efforts to achieve our objective for ForHealth that people worldwide will in the future pay more and more attention to the value of forests.

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This is the newsletter of the Forests and Human Health task force of IUFRO (The International Union of Forest Research Organizations). It is distributed electronically to members of the task force and all others interested.

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current research

Resources for the future

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The need for integration of multipurpose trees in agroforestry systems: The case of growing Moringa stenopetala (Bak. f.) Cuf in Ethiopia

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Human Ecology Mapping Project - U.S. Forest Service scientist seeks to identify diverse connections people have to the land

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Bio-actives Security in the Era of Uncertainty for a Sustainable Bioeconomy

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Giving productive value to the forest

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