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Mountain Research and Development, Vol 35, No 1, available online and open access

Two papers explore how French and Swiss mountain family farms adapt to socioeconomic and political change. Others study benefits of a pro-poor value chain for Indian farmers; Peruvian periurban farmers’ views on urbanization; European intergenerational practices for protected area management; a low-cost DEM methodology for the Andes; alpine forest communities’ response to climate variability in Nepal; and the impact of fertilizer on degraded grasslands in Tibet.