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Can Pastoral Linkages to Livestock Markets Be Sustained in Southern Ethiopia?, David Layne Coppock, Getachew Gebru, Solomon Desta, Seyoum Tezera, and Zewdu Edea; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Intensifying Beef Production on Utah Private Land: Productivity, Profitability, and Risk, David Layne Coppock, D. Snyder, L. Sainsbury, M. Amin, and T. McNiven; Rangeland Ecology and Management

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Costs of Implementing Collective Action and Capacity Building Among Pastoralists in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, Seyoum Tezera, and Solomon Desta; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Climate Change as Environmental Mega-Crisis: Domesticated Problems, Patchwork Solutions, Inadequate Incentives, Joanna Endter-Wada and Helen Ingram; Magazine National Safety & Security and Crisis Management

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Hydrologic Interdependencies and Human Cooperation: The Process of Adapting to Droughts, Joanna Endter-Wada, Theresa Selfa, and Lisa Welsh

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Paradoxes in Adapting to Droughts: The Rationality of Locality (Part 1), Joanna Endter-Wada, Lisa Welsh, Rebekah Downard, and Karin Kettenring; Case Study Video selected for presentation at the Ecological Society of America's (ESA) First Emerging Issues on Ecology Conference, "Water Ecosystem Services, Drought, and Environmental Justice"

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Paradoxes in Adapting to Droughts: The Rationality of Locality (Part 2), Joanna Endter-Wada, Lisa Welsh, Rebekah Downard, and Karin Kettenring; Case Study Video selected for presentation at the Ecological Society of America's (ESA) First Emerging Issues on Ecology Conference, "Water Ecosystem Services, Drought, and Environmental Justice"

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Paradoxes in Adapting to Droughts: The Rationality of Locality (Part 2), Joanna Endter-Wada, Lisa Welsh, Rebekah Downard, and Karin M. Kettenring; Case Study Video selected for presentation at the Ecological Society of America's (ESA) First Emerging Issues on Ecology Conference, "Water Ecosystem Services, Drought, and Environmental Justice"

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Paradoxes in Adapting to Droughts: The Rationality of Locality (Part I), Joanna Endter-Wada, Lisa Welsh, Rebekah Downard, and Karin M. Kettenring; Case Study Video selected for presentation at the Ecological Society of America's (ESA) First Emerging Issues on Ecology Conference, "Water Ecosystem Services, Drought, and Environmental Justice"

E-Value-mmercials: Sharing Student-Created Broadcasts of Evaluation Best Practices, N. E. Fuhrman and Roslynn Brain; The 55th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, Stillwater, OK

Measuring "Good" Teaching: Student Developed Teaching Evaluation Rubrics, N. E. Fuhrman and Roslynn Brain; The 55th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, Stillwater, OK

Partnering With Teachers to Evaluate Environmental Education Programs, N. E. Fuhrman and Roslynn Brain; The 38th Annual North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium, Portland, OR

Questionnaire Development and Photography: So Many Similarities!, N. E. Fuhrman and Roslynn Brain; The 2009 National Association of Agricultural Educators Convention, Nashville, Tennessee

Can Pastoral Linkages to Livestock Markets Be Sustained in Southern Ethiopia?, G. Gebru, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezera, and Z. Edea; Research Brief 09-01-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Sustaining Pastoral Linkages to Markets: Updating a Case Study from Southern Ethiopia, G. Gebru, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezra, and Z. Edea; Sustaining pastoral linkages to markets: Updating a case study from southern Ethiopia.

The Western United States Rangelands: A Major Resource, K. Havstad, D. Peters, B. Allen-Diaz, J. Bartolome, B. Bestelmeyer, D. Briske, J. Brown, Mark W. Brunson, J. Herrick, and L. Huntsinger; Grassland: quietness and strength for a new American agriculture

Soil and Water Conservation in Kenya's River Njoro Watershed: Occurrence and Constraints of Adoption, S. Huckett and David Layne Coppock; Soil and water conservation in Kenya’s River Njoro watershed: Occurrence and constraints of adoption.

Soil and Water Conservation in Kenya's River Njoro Watershed: Occurrence and Constraints of Adoption, S. Huckett and David Layne Coppock; Soil and water conservation in Kenya’s River Njoro watershed: Occurrence and constraints of adoption.

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Frames and Ways of Knowing: Key Considerations for Policy Responses to Climate Risk and Vulnerability, Helen Ingram and Joanna Endter-Wada; Proceedings of the Seventh International Science Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change

Pastoral Livestock Facilitate Dispersal of Prosopis Juliflora in a Ethiopian Wildlife Reserve, A. Kebede and David Layne Coppock; Pastoral livestock facilitate dispersal of Prosopis juliflora in an Ethiopian wildlife reserve.

Indicators and Standards of Quality for Sustainable Recreation/Tourism: Research to Support Management of the Northern Forest, R. E. Manning and Christopher Monz; Project Completion Report to the Northeast States Research Cooperative

Assessing cumulative impacts within state environmental review frameworks, Zhao Ma, D. R. Becker, and M. A. Kilgore; Environmental Impact Assessment Review

Characterizing the landscape of state environmental review policies: a national assessment, Zhao Ma, D. R. Becker, and M. A. Kilgore; Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

Biophysical vs. social availability of woody biomass: how much is really available on family forestlands in the northern U.S.?, Zhao Ma and B. J. Butler; Biophysical vs. social availability of woody biomass: how much is really available on family forestlands in the northern U.S.?

What affects family forest owner decision making, Zhao Ma, D. B. Kittredge, B. J. Butler, and P. Catanzaro; What affects family forest owner decision making

Climbers' Attitudes Toward Recreation Resource Impacts in The Adirondack Park's Giant Mountain Wilderness, Christopher Monz; International Journal of Wilderness

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Nature / Environment: Natures, Gendered, Claudia Anne Radel; International Encyclopedia of Human Geography

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Migration and Gender: The Case of a Farming Ejido in Calakmul, Mexico, Claudia Anne Radel and Birgit Schmook; The Yearbook of the Associatio of Pacific Coast Geographers

Don’t Miss the Invasions! A Note on Forest Health Monitoring in the Taita Hills, Kenya, Paul C. Rogers; Journal of East African Natural History

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Aspen Succession and Nitrogen Loading: A Case for Epiphytic Lichens as Bioindicators in the Rocky Mountains, USA, Paul C. Rogers, Kori D. Moore, and Ronald J. Ryel; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Best Research Practices: How to Gain Reliable Knowledge, Charles Romesburg; Best Research Practices: How to gain reliable knowledge

Best Research Practices: How to Gain Reliable Knowledge, Charles Romesburg

Disease, other risks not easily dismissed, Robert H. Schmidt; Honolulu Advertiser

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Los Maridos en el 'Norte'; las Mujeres ¿Bien Gracias?, B. Schmook and Claudia Anne Radel; Ecofronteras

Costs of Implementing Collective Action and Capacity Building Among Pastoralists in Southern Ethiopia, S. Tezera, David Layne Coppock, and S. Desta; Research Brief 09-03-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Women's Health, Collective Action, and Risk Management in Southern Ethiopia, S. Tezera, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Women’s health, collective action, and risk management in southern Ethiopia

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Forestry Camp at the Crossroads: Future Scenarios for Environmental Learning at an Historic University Site, D. Transtrum, G. Nelson, S. McArthur, D. Trauntvein, E. Andrus, A. Chadwick, D. Frazier, S. Hunt, K. Mitchell, C. Wirick, and Paul C. Rogers

Examination of Willingness to Pay for Improved Milk Quality in Northern Kenya Using Experimental Auctions, F. Wayua, M. Shibia, M. Mamo, D. Bailey, and David Layne Coppock; Examination of willingness to pay for improved milk quality in northern Kenya using experimental auctions

Willingness to Pay for Improved Milk Sensory Characteristics and Assurances in Northern Kenya Using Experimental Auctions, F. Wayua, M. Shibia, M. Mamo, D. Bailey, and David Layne Coppock; International Food and Agribusiness Management Review

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Integrating the Intensive and Extensive Rangeland Management Systems: the Ideal Choice for the Marsabit Pastoralists, Kenya, A. A. Aboud, I. Tura, M. Mutinda, E. Lentoror, and David Layne Coppock; Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World, volume II

Growing Food, Not Houses: Thoughts About Conservation Easements, Roslynn Brain; Florida Agriculture: The Voice of Agriculture in Florida

Quick Tips for Reducing Your Nerves Before Presenting or Teaching, Roslynn Brain; The University of Florida's Graduate Teaching Assistant Orientation: Gainesville, FL

Agricultural and Natural Resources Extension Outreach Efforts in a Changing World, Roslynn Brain and T. Irani; The 6th Annual Association of Natural Resources Extension Program Conference, Madison, WI

A Day in the Life of an Extension Agent: Revealing the "Best Kept Secret", Roslynn Brain and C. Sanders; The 24th Annual Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education Conference, EARTH University, Costa Rica

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Gauging the Acceptability of Fuels Management: A Matter of Trust, Mark W. Brunson

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Ranching as a Conservation Strategy: Can Old Ranchers Save the New West?, Mark W. Brunson and L. Huntsinger; Rangeland Ecology and Management

Collective Action and Capacity Building Reduces Vulnerability Among Pastoralists, David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, G. Gebru, and S. Tezerra; Collective action and capacity building reduces vulnerability among pastoralists.

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Are Cattle Die-Offs Predictable on the Borana Plateau, David Layne Coppock, Getachew Gebru, Solomon Desta, Sintayehu Mesele, and Seyoum Tezerra; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Are Drought-Related Crashes in Pastoral Cattle Herds Predictable? More Evidence of Equilibrium Dynamics from Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, David Layne Coppock, G. Gebru, S. Mesele, and S. Desta; Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World, volume II

Are Drought-Related Crashes in Pastoral Cattle Herds Predictable on the Borana Plateau?, David Layne Coppock, G. Gebru, S. Mesele, S. Tezera, and S. Desta; Research Brief 08-02-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Preliminary Perspectives on the Health Needs of Pastoral Women on the Borana Plateau Using Participatory Approaches, David Layne Coppock, Seyoum Tezera, and Solomon Desta; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Successful Implementation of Collective Action and Human-Capacity Building Among Pastoralists in Southern Ethiopia: Lessons Learned, 2001-2008, David Layne Coppock, Seyoum Tezera, Solomon Desta, and Getachew Gebru; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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What are Consumers in Moyale, Kenya Willing to Pay for Improved Milk Quality?, David Layne Coppock, Francis O. Wayua, Mohamed G. Shibia, and Moses S. Mamo; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Sustaining Pastoral Linkages to High-Value Livestock Markets Through Collective Action and Public/Private Partnerships, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, G. Gebru, S. Tezera, and L. Gizachew; Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World, volume II

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Situational Waste in Landscape Watering: Residential and Business Water Use in an Urban Utah Community, Joanna Endter-Wada, Judith Kurtzman, Sean P. Keenan, Roger Kjelgren, and Christopher Neale; Journal of the American Water Resources Association

Defining the Best Teaching in Nonformal Settings: A Phenomenological Study, N. E. Fuhrman and Roslynn Brain; The 54th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, Logan, UT

Engaging Stakeholders to Implement Community-Based Rangeland Rehabilitation Plans in Southern and Northern Ethiopia, G. Gebru, D. Amosha, S. Desta, L. Gizachew, A. Kebede, and David Layne Coppock; Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World, volume II

Linking Pastoral Producers to Markets: Innovative Experiences from the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, G. Gebru, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Linking pastoral producers to markets: Innovative experiences from the southern Ethiopian rangelands.

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Theory and Practice Related to Native Plants: A Case Study of Utah Landscape Professionals, Virginia H. Hooper, Joanna Endter-Wada, and Craig W. Johnson; Landscape Journal

Retaining the Best: Exploring the Influence of Communication Apprehension, E. K. Kaufman, E. B. Rhoades, Roslynn Brain, and D. W. Jones; The 54th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, Logan, UT

Bureau of Land Management - Las Vegas Field Office, Upper Las Vegas Wash Conservation Transfer Area, J. A. MacMahon, Richard E. Toth, T. C. Edwards, R. Krannich, and J. Boettinger; Bureau of Land Management

The integration of cumulative environmental impact assessments and state environmental review frameworks, Zhao Ma; Ph.D. dissertation

Assessing cumulative environmental impacts within state environmental review frameworks, Zhao Ma, D. R. Becker, and M. A. Kilgore; Assessing cumulative environmental impacts within state environmental review frameworks

Bridging the gap between policy and practice: assessing cumulative environmental impacts under state environmental review frameworks, Zhao Ma, D. R. Becker, and M. A. Kilgore; Bridging the gap between policy and practice: assessing cumulative environmental impacts under state environmental review frameworks

Community Perceptions Concerning Key Ecological Resources at Risk in Baringo District, Kenya, M. Mutinda, A. A. Aboud, and David Layne Coppock; Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World, volume II

Influence of Land, Water, and Wet- and Dry- Season Grazing of the Socioeconomic Well-Being of Communities in North-Central Kenya: A Case Study of Pastoralists and Agro-Pastoralist in Marigat Division, N. Olekaikai, A. A. Aboud, D. Nassiuma, and David Layne Coppock; Influence of land, water, and wet- and dry- season grazing on the socioeconomic well-being of communities in north-central Kenya: A case study of pastoralists and agro-pastoralists in Marigat Division.

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Male Transnational Migration and its Linkages to Land Use Change in a Southern Campeche Ejido, Claudia Anne Radel and Birgit Schmook; Journal of Latin American Geography

Summary and Abstracts from Sudden Aspen Decline (SAD) Meeting, Paul C. Rogers

Forest Health Monitoring in the Ngangao Forest, Taita Hills, Kenya: A Five Year Assessment of Change, Paul C. Rogers, B. O'Connell, J. Mwang'ombe, S. Madoffe, and G. Hertel; Journal of East African Natural History

Complexities of urban coyote management: reaching the unreachable, teaching the unteachable, and touching the untouchable, Robert H. Schmidt; Urban Coyote Management

Death of Honey Girl should trouble all of us, Robert H. Schmidt; Honolulu Advertiser

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International Labor Migration from a Tropical Development Frontier: Globalizing Households and an Incipient Forest Transition--the Southern Yucatán Case, Birgit Schmook and Claudia Anne Radel; Human Ecology

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The Politics of Community-Based Conservation in Natural Resource Management: A Focus for International Comparative Analysis, Theresa Selfa and Joanna Endter-Wada; Environment and Planning A

Successful Implementation of Collective Action and Human Capacity Building Among Pastoralists in Southern Ethiopia: Lessons We Have Learned, S. Tezera, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 08-03-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Volunteering to Manage Rangeland Weeds: Results of a Citizen Survey in the Southwestern U.S., L. S. Tidwell and Mark W. Brunson; Rangelands

Upper Colorado River Ecosystem - Alternative Futures Study Phase I Report, Richard E. Toth, T. E. Edwards, B. Crabb, J. Gibson, L. Hurst, N. Kenczka, L. Vander Wal, A. Kjar, and E. L. McGinty; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Report

What Are Consumers Willing to Pay for Improved Milk Quality in Moyale, Kenya?, F. Wayua, M. Shibia, M. Mamo, D. Bailey, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 08-01-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Public Perceptions of Land Management in the Great Basin, S. Wilmot and Mark W. Brunson; Collaborative management and research in the Great Basin — examining the issues and developing a framework for action

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The coyote lure operative device revisited: a fresh look at an old idea, A. R. Berensten, R. M. Timm, and Robert H. Schmidt; California Agriculture

Fostering Behavior Change Via Community-Based Social Marketing, Roslynn Brain; The 1st Annual Greeks Going Green Summit, University of Florida: Gainesville, FL

Enhancing Organizational Interactions: Lessons Learned From George Strait, Roslynn Brain, H. Carter, and E. Kaufman; The Florida Farm Bureau: Gainesville, FL

Cultivating University-Wide Change Using Community-Based Social Marketing, Roslynn Brain and A. De Lay; The 7th Annual IFAS/CALS Graduate Research Symposium, Gainseville, FL

Applying Social Marketing Theory to Establish Rapport and Trust on a One-On-One Basis, Roslynn Brain and N. E. Fuhrman; AEE 4506: Nonformal Teaching Methods, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Perceptions of Florida Extension Leaders Regarding the Need for a Comprehensive Agricultural and Natural Resources Awareness Website, Roslynn Brain and N. E. Fuhrman; The Annual Conference of the Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists, Mobile, AL

University-Wide Change Using Community-Based Social Marketing, Roslynn Brain and T. Irani; The 36th Annual North American Association for Environmental Education

Enhancing Florida Farm Bureau Organizational Interactions Through Active, Thematic Instruction: "Lessons Learned From George Strait!", Roslynn Brain and R. Rudd; The Annual Conference of the Association of Leadership Educators, Fort Worth, TX

Grazing and Social Change: Understanding Potential Effects of Exurban Expansion, Mark W. Brunson

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Rancher Demographics, Socioeconomic Pressures, and the Challenge of Meeting Conservation Goals, Mark W. Brunson and L. Huntsinger; Quivira Coalition Journal

Are Utahnsʼ attitudes toward wolves changing?, J. T. Bruskotter, Robert H. Schmidt, and T. L. Teel; Biological Conservation

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Forest Service Grazing Permittee Perceptions of the Endangered Species Act in Southeastern Arizona, J. L. Conley, M. E. Fernandez-Gimenez, G. B. Ruyle, and Mark W. Brunson; Rangeland Ecology and Management

Diffusion of Collective-Action Innovations Among Pastoralists in Liben District, Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, G. Gebru, G. Kassa, and S. Tezera; Research Brief 07-06-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Can Collective Action and Capacity Building Reduce Vulnerability Among Settled Pastoralists?, David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, G. Gebru, and S. Tezera; Research Brief 07-08-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Implementing a Virtuous Cycle of Livestock Off-Take, Wealth Conservation, and Livelihood Diversification to Improve Risk Management and Reduce Poverty Among Pastoralists in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, G. Gebru, and S. Tezerra; Implementing a virtuous cycle of livestock off-take, wealth conservation, and livelihood diversification to improve risk management and reduce poverty among pastoralists in southern Ethiopia.

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Diffusion of Collective-Action Innovations Among Pastoralists in Liben District, Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, Solomon Desta, Getachew Gebru, Getachew Kassa, and Seyoum Tezera; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Can Collective Action and Capacity Building Reduce Vulnerability Among Settled Pastoralists?, David Layne Coppock, Solomon Desta, Getachew Gebru, and Seyoum Tezera; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Building Effective Community Participation and Stakeholder Partnerships to Promote Positive Change in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, David Layne Coppock, Solomon Desta, Getachew Gebru, Seyoum Tezera, and Dadi Amosha; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Sustainable Livelihood Diversification Among Women's Groups of Northern Kenya, David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, A. Wako, I. Aden, G. Gebru, S. Tezerra, and C. Tadecha; Sustainable livelihood diversification among women’s groups of northern Kenya.

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Stakeholder Alliance Facilitates Re-Introduction of Prescribed Fire on the Borana Plateau of Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, Getachew Gebru, Solomon Desta, Lemma Gizachew, Dadhi Amosha, and Feyissa Taffa; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Collective Action Among Agro-pastoralists in Baringo District, Kenya: Identifying and Nurturing the Entrepreneurs, David Layne Coppock, Mark N. Mutinda, Stellamaris K. Muthoka, and Abdillahi A. Aboud; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Building Effective Community Participation and Stakeholder Partnerships to Promote Positive Change in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, G. Gebru, S. Tezera, and D. Amosha; Research Brief 07-03-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program