Publications and Outputs

Articles

Wood, A.P., Tolera, M., Snell, M., O’Hara, P. & Hailu, A. (2019) Community forest management (CFM) in south-west Ethiopia: Maintaining forests, biodiversity and carbon stocks to support wild coffee conservation. Global Environmental Change, Vol. 59, November, p.1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2019.101980

Hwang, B. P., Wood, A.P., Snell, M., Fantaye, D., Belayneh, E. & Mekuria, B., (2020) “Monitoring wild coffee using ground survey and satellite observation in community-managed forest in Sheko, south-west Ethiopia.” Sustainability. 12, 22, 20 p. 9409.

Hwang, B., Kitessa Hundera, Bizuneh Mekuria, Wood, A.P. & Andinet Asfaw (2020) “Intensified management of coffee forest in southwest Ethiopia detected by Landsat imagery.” Forests, 11, 422; doi:10.3390/f11040422

 

Briefing Notes

  • Briefing Note 8: Wild Coffee by Participatory Forest Management (WCC-PFM) Project in South West Ethiopia. Project Team. December 2015.
  • Briefing Note 9: Sheko’s Unique Coffee Biodiversity. Mulugeta Lemenih and Adrian Wood. June 2014.
  • Briefing Note 10: PFM in Sheko. Mulugeta Lemenih and Adrian Wood. June 2014.
  • Briefing Note 11: Forest Enterprise. Dena Freeman, compiled by Fiona Hesselden. December 2015.
  • Briefing Note 12: Managing Land Use and Land Cover Change. Assefa Guchi, compiled by Matthew Snell. December 2015.
  • Briefing Note 13: Biomass and Carbon Stock Monitoring. Temesgen Yohannes and Mindaye Teshome, compiled by Matthew Snell. December 2015.
  • Briefing Note 14: Household Income and Community Management of Forests. Mulugeta Lemenih, compiled by Fiona Hesselden. April 2016
  • Briefing Note 15: Biodiversity Assessment Sheko Forest South-West Ethiopia. Motuma Tolera, Adrian Wood and Tesfaye Awas, compiled by Fiona Hesselden. April 2016.

Reports

Atlas of Maps. Land Cover and Land Cover Change, 1973-2013, WCC-PFM Project Area. J. Peter Sutcliffe. 2013

Roundtable Experience Sharing Workshop on Participatory Forest Management, September 19, 2014.

 

Wild Coffee Conservation through Participatory Forest Management: Communities and Government Institutions Capacity Building Project (WCC-PFM/CGICB). 

Orientation and Review Workshop on Participatory Forest Management. October 2014.

Participatory Forest Management Guidelines. Wild Coffee Conservation by PFM Project, South West Ethiopia. Ziyenu Lemma, Dawit Biru, Ahmid Said and Peter O’Hara. 2015

Participatory Forest Management (PFM), impact, lessons and complexity in the coffee forests of South West Ethiopia. Peter O’Hara, April 2016.

 

Summary and Publicity Materials

Wild Coffee Conservation by Participatory Forest Management – Exploring the Potential of PFM to Support in situ Conservation. Brochure. 

Researchers at Huddersfield Business School analyse the major challenges facing communities around the world related to unsustainable practice and destruction of resources Wild Coffee Conservation Project Summary