|International Yoga Day celebration at ICAR-CAFRI||3-day (16.06.2022 to 18.06.2022) Agroforestry based training program inaugurated at ICAR-CAFRI-Media Coverage|
|3-day (16.06.2022 to 18.06.2022) Agroforestry based training program inaugurated at ICAR-CAFRI||Online Training on Promotion of Gum Yielding Trees on Farmland for Livelihood Security (New Dates:12-14 July, 2022)|
|Agroforestry Business Incubation Centre||International Conference on Agriculture Science and Technology jointly organised by NESA, RLBCAU, IGFRI and CAFRI along with other partners-Media Coverage|
|Media coverage of ABiC Workshop and programme under ‘Kisan Bhagidari, Prathmikta Hamari’ campaign||Report of ABiC Workshop and programme under ‘Kisan Bhagidari, Prathmikta Hamari’ campaign|
From the Director’s Desk
Agroforestry interventions in farmland have far reaching environmental and ecological impacts. The role of agroforestry in soil conservation, bio-amelioration and climate moderation is most widely acclaimed. Agroforestry is known to have potential to mitigate the climate change through micro-climate moderation, natural resources management in short run and through carbon sequestration in long run. Agroforestry has a great potential to provide employment to rural and urban population through industrial application and value addition.