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pas·tor·al·ism (p s t r- -l z m, pä st r-). n. 1.

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Pastoralism in the new millennium
'You can't go home again'. Pastoralism in the new millennium. Roger Blench.
Pastoralism in India: A Scoping Study
Pastoralism, Nature Conservation and Development: A Good. Practice Guide. Montreal, 40 Pastoralism management systems and the Ecosystem Approach.
Pastoralism and climate change - PIN5
'Pastoralism: Drylands' Invisible Asset?
D.M. The contribution of pastoralism to the local and national economies in Kenya.

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Investments In Pastoralism Only Hope Against Drought
More people (including non-pastoralists) are settling in the drylands, as they are the frontier for agricultural expansion, says Polly Ericksen, another co-author of the ILRI paper.
More money for pastoralists under new governance
In their pursuit for survival, pastoralists make use of scarce vegetation and water resources available in hostile and marginal arid and semi-lands, to produce meat, milk and other animal products.
Investments in pastoralism only hope for combating droughts in Africa's
by Peter Mutai NAIROBI, Aug.
Pastoralists to benefit from milk, beef processing plants
In fulfilling this noble obligation, NCAA in collaboration with Ngorongoro Pastoralists' Council (NPC), have collectively come up with a chain of projects geared to boost the livelihoods of pastoralists' communities living in the area.
Drovers celebrate life in the long paddock
Droving or overlanding was the only way of moving large mobs of livestock from property to property or to distant markets in the early days of pastoralism in Australia.

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Pastoralism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pastoralism or pastoral farming is the branch of agriculture concerned with the raising of livestock.
Patterns of Subsistence: Pastoralism
Oct 2, 2007 Pastoralism is a subsistence pattern in which people make their living by tending herds of large animals.
Pastoralism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the quality or style characteristic of pastoral writing. 2.
Pastoralism Lecture Notes

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