Episode 44. Opportunities in Agroforestry

In this episode, Luke Freeman, horticulture specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology, talks with Hannah Hemmelgarn, education program coordinator at The Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri. The conversation focuses on the wide-ranging possibilities of agroforestry and how producers can determine which may work for their operation. Hannah also lists some available resources.

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Related ATTRA Resources:


Fruit Trees, Bushes, and Vines for Natural Growing in the Ozarks

Other Resources:

The Center for Agroforestry, University of Missouri

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