The benefits of soil conservation in Malawi
18 November 2015--- Soil conservation refers to the prevention or reduction of soil erosion and soil depletion by protective measures against water and wind damage. For quite a long time, people have been reliant on soil to feed them, but nothing tangible has been discussed on how best it can be sustained for future generation.

Dzimwe Community Radio, Malawi (Chichewa).
10min. 53sec.
Topic(s): Agriculture & crops, Biodiversity, Climate change, Environment/Natural resources, Food production & stocks, Food Security, Rural or agricultural development
Produced by: AMARC-FAO
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