The StarTree Reader is a collection of themes and responses on key issues for WFP in Europe. It distills results and outcomes from across project disciplines, presenting bottom-up issues from case studies combined with StarTree research findings.
|Production and processing of wild forest products can bring economic benefits for rural areas, with income for forest and land owners, new labour and consumer benefits. Another dimension is the increasing trend for fusing such wild products with services...
Marketing insights for NWFPs and Services
A transition process took place in the post-social countries of South-east Europe (SEE) in the 1990s, leaving behind the general ideology of socialist forms of ownership. New policies, legislation and regulations related to land tenure were adopted, and rights towards private property were strengthened. These changes brought new possibilities for improving sector governance and influenced forest management goals...
|Good harvesting practice guides: a response to changing cultures of foraging
|Interface between Science and Practice (increase cork production and improve market transparency)
|Food from trees: managing forests to promote edible tree fruits
Annual production of wild mushroom varies considerably due to different factors, including weather, local site characteristics, stand characteristics and forest management. Identifying stand characteristics and treatments most suitable for mushrooms would help promoting wild mushroom yields.
|Working with people