Welcome - Agroforestry BIOL 3634   Agroforestry
Agroforestry is a land-use system in which trees or shrubs are grown in association with agricultural crops or livestock. As practiced in the tropics, agroforestry generates numerous ecological, environmental and economic benefits. This hands-on, field-intensive course provides a foundation for understanding this traditional practice and its applications in North America.
NOTES: Offered in summer through SEASIDE. an auxiliary fee is charged to cover field expenses. For dates, times, and special registration procedures, see seaside.science.dal.ca
PREREQUISITES: BIOL 2060.03 or AGRI 1000.03 or BIOA 3001.03 or permission of the Instructor. An addditional class on the biology, ecology, diversity or physiology of plants is recommended.