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  • The campaign, spearheaded by NGOs GRAIN, Food First Information and Action Network (FIAN), Land Research Action Network (LRAN) and La Via Campesina, calls for an immediate end to land grabbing, claiming that it "denies land for local communities, destroys livelihoods, reduces the political space for peasant oriented agricultural policies and distorts markets towards increasingly concentrated agribusiness interests and global trade rather than towards sustainable peasant/smallhold production for local and national markets."

    Danielle Nierenberg: Innovations in Access to Land: Land Grab or Agricultural Investment?

  • At first she was highly regarded because she had left the city and become an independent smallhold owner.

    Roza Shoshana Joffe.

  • He went with Ector into the fields and helped to number the flock, doing all a smallhold lord would.

    Merlin's Mirror

  • Already they were hunters and trappers more than smallhold farmers, raiders of the lowland enemy, elsewhere traders who brought furs, hides, ores, slaves in exchange for foodstuffs and finished products.

    There Will Be Time

  • Already they were hunters and trappers more than smallhold farmers, raiders of the low¬≠land enemy, elsewhere traders who brought furs, hides, ores, slaves in exchange for foodstuffs and finished products.

    Two in Time

  • The group that makes Knorr soups, Lipton tea and Dove soap hopes to create 500,000 jobs for smallhold farmers and plans to open 30 new factories in developing markets, Polman said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The impoverished smallhold farmers who nurture crop diversity need to sell some of their harvest to make a living, but selling can be stressful.

    Rainforest Portal RSS Newsfeed

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