An Analysis of the Productive Chain of Cacao in Colombia
LGU Team Participants
Philip C. Abbott, Professor (retired), Department of Agricultural Economics
Tamara J. Benjamin, Asst. Program Leader, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Gary R. Burniske, Managing Director, Center for Global Food Security
Marcia M. Croft, Graduate Student, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Marieke C. Fenton, Graduate Student, Department of Agricultural Economics
Colleen R. Kelly, Graduate Student, Departamento Youth Development and Agricultural Education
Michael D. Wilcox Jr, Senior Associate, Center for Regional Development and Extension
Mark M. Lundy, Lead Investigator, Linking Farmers with Markets
Fernando Rodríguez-Camayo, V Investigator, Linking Farmers with Markets
sease management, horticulture, post-harvest management and marketing. Preliminary final report available here.
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