Adaptation Actions

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137 - Introduce freshwater namarai to stagnant pools
138 - Physically move animals from drying streams to others that are running
139 - Channel water from consistent source for sensitive animals in drying pools
140 - Clean water sources of debris/obstruction to allow flow of water to drying aquatic habitats
141 - Build water storage areas (dams etc) for vulnerable species
142 - Establish protected areas/tabus to control other threats to drought stressed animals and plants
143 - Utilize green houses for enhanced/controlled fruit production
160 - Plant shade trees around and within bullock and pig pastures/enclosures
161 - Keep forested/shade/reserve areas within the farm, so that during drought times, animals can be moved into these cooler naturally moist areas
162 - Bullock may be grazed in the open, but for resting should be brought into forests
163 - Utilize appropriate building materials for livestock enclosres that can withstand climtic extremes
163 - Build special enclosures for pigs to have an appropriate balance of exposure and shelter
164 - Select shady sites for pig enclosures
165 - Provide shade over the chicken fence, either with normal housing roof material or trees.
305 - Use downed braches as a soil erosion/runoff break (sloped areas)
306 - Gravel/pave roads in logging areas
307 - Maintain proper crossings (streams and rivers)
308 - Introduce sediment catchment devices (leaves/branches or other sediment traps)
309 - Practice good log stacking and log piling to maintain production quality during wet times
310 - Use cable logging rather than bulldozers