A successful concept for farming for biodiversity-Landbruk og biologisk mangfold – et vellykket konsept

Author: 
Svalheim, E., Nordic Cultural Landscape Society (Norway)
Norwegian Inst. for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Aas (Norway)
Norderhaug, A., Nordic Cultural Landscape Society (Norway)
Norwegian Inst. for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Aas (Norway)
Publisher: 
Latvijas Dabas fonds
Publication Year: 
2011
Description: 
Nordic-Baltic-Belarus solutions in farming for biodiversity, Reihmanis, J..- Riga (Latvia): Latvijas Dabas fonds, 2011.- 978-9984-49-329-9.- p. 127-131
Pages: 
p. 127-131
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