Do trees on farms improve household well-being?


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Based on analysis of household-level data from the 2005–2006, 2010–2011, and 2013–2014 Ugandan National Panel Surveys, we found that growing trees especially fruit trees, was associated with improvements in both total household consumption and nutritional outcomes.

Welcome to new team members

Welcome to PhD Fellow Rasmus Skov Olesen and Postdoctoral fellow Charlotte Hall. Also joining us later this spring is Emilie Vansant, who will be starting a PhD (June 1). In the fall, we will be welcoming Bowy den Braber, who will be joining the lab as a postdoc (from September 15).