News from Drynet

The fourth edition of News from Drynet has three articles relating to LPP:

Obliterated African animal cultures leave behind genetic treasures. LPP project coordinator Ilse Köhler-Rollefson visited South Africa in December 2008, and learned that indigenous livestock breeds have been given a new lease of life by commercial breeders.

Livestock Keepers’ Rights and Niche Marketing Workshops in Cape Town, South Africa: A report on LPP’s back-to-back workshops on Livestock Keepers’ Rights and on niche marketing from local livestock breds.

LPPS launches an innovative product : Paper from camel dung: LPP partner Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan’s world first eco-friendly paper.

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