Today’s Challenges to Food Security for Smallholder Farmers
On steep slopes in developing countries like Nepal and Ecuador, smallholder farmers rely heavily on agriculture for their livelihoods. Increasing erosion, decreasing rainfall, and climbing global temperatures threaten near-term food security; conservation agriculture can help. A new special issue of Agronomy Journal gathered insights from around the world, highlighting the role of conservation agriculture in combating today’s food security threats.
DOI of Published Version
McCauley, D.J.; Clay, Sharon; and Nleya, Thandiwe, "Today’s Challenges to Food Security for Smallholder Farmers" (2022). Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Faculty Publications. 385.