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“Observations on Agro-Ecology after the Cyclone Idai” – 2019 – John Wilson

March 24, 2019: Important reflections from Zimbabwe after the cyclone Idai by John Wilson.

John Wilson is a Zimbabwean working as a freerange facilitator in East and Southern Africa with community based organisations, national NGOs, groups and also at times with regional or continental networks.

This note to some of his partners and farmers in the region reflects on the horrors in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai and raises very important questions and concerns regarding lessons learned about agroecology, forest cover, and nature-based water management, and the role of “evidence based practices” in this context.

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