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The role of indigenous knowledge and perceptions of pastoral communities on traditional grazing management in north-western Tanzania

Traditional forage conservation, locally known as ?, which involves retaining an area of standing vegetation from the beginning of rainy season and opening it up for grazing at the peak of dry season, has become an important strategy for rangeland rehabilitation in the north-western semi-arid part of Tanzania. The present study assessed the current rangeland management practices, the role of indigenous knowledge on ngitili conservation and perceptions of agropastoralists on communal resources management.

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