Priority has therefore been given to a range of measures for run-off and soil erosion control. One such measure, the use of stone bunds built on natural contour lines, has been promoted and supported by governments, NGOs, extension agents and farmers for more than 25 years and is now widely used in the Sahel. The best results are often achieved when contour stone bunds are used in combination with the planting of grass and trees on the contour lines. In wetter years they help to reduce the climate-induced risk of run-off and erosion.
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Garrisons were therefore posted and forts built at Detroit, Mackinac, Chicago, and elsewhere in the West, including at three crucial locations along the Fox-Wisconsin waterway.
Shortly after the British withdrew from Prairie du Chien's Fort McKay inthree permanent military outposts were established in Wisconsin: Original Documents and Other Primary Sources The surveyor that laid out Madison recalls his days in the field in Girlhood and motherhood on the Wisconsin frontier, Recollections of Wisconsin slaves by pioneer settlers.
A woman's memoir of the founding of Sheboygan Governor Philipp reflects on his childhood in Sauk County, Henry Dodge brought his slaves to Wisconsin An visit to the Menominee community of Keshena A missionary travels 1,miles among the Ojibwe and Sioux in An officer's daughter recalls her girlhood at Fort Howard, A participant tells how the Oneida, Stockbridge, and Brothertown came to Wisconsin in the s.
An early Yankee settler recalls Prairie du Chien's infancy. A teenager comes to Green Bay as a new bride in A trader relates his family history and personal adventures, The oldest toast in Wisconsin A mids birchbark maple sugar container A local historian chats about Prairie du Chien vol.
Descriptions of Wisconsin disasters and catastrophes, A teenager's diary of coming overland from Ohio in The language of the Brothertown Indians' ancestors, A Munsee language edition of Methodist hymns, Stockbridge and Munsee Testimony, A local historian chats about Prairie du Chien vol.
Baraga's Ojibwe Dictionary Increase Lapham examining a meteorite, ca.
Prairie du Chien merchant and judge James H. Madison's first white woman settler Stockbridge Indian leader Austin E.
The rectangular survey gets underway in Wisconsin, The imaginary capital city that its chief promoter envisioned, A member of the party maps the Cass and Doty expedition of States and territories created under the Northwest Ordinance.Energy crisis: Turning-point of humanity. by Rudo de Ruijter, Independent researcher, 18 September Updated 4 October After more than years of constant increases in the availability of energy and an explosive growth of the world population, we are now entering an era of declining availability of energy.
Romanian agriculture: the turning point added a new photo to the album: Bucarest. MM: We are at a turning point and I believe with hard work, partnerships, strong systems and innovation, the vision of a food-secure Lesotho is within reach.
Farming profitably is also a major issue because that way, farmers will not perennially depend on subsidies from the . Introduction. Maintaining or improving soil health is essential for sustainable and productive agriculture. ‘Healthy’ soil will help to push sustainable agricultural productivity close to the limits set by soil type and climate.
Key aspects of ‘healthy’ soil include the following. University of Illinois Extension is the flagship outreach effort of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, offering educational programs to residents of all of Illinois' counties — and far beyond.
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