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Maribeth Erb

impacts of mining worldwide and have consistently offered plans for liveli- hoods alternatives to mining, such as tourism development and agro-ecology projects (Suban Tukan, 2009; Kleden, 2009[2007]). Many comments are found in internet forums detesting the ‘wounds’ that mining inflicts on ‘mother earth

Sam Moyo

and A1 tenure in the mobilization of resources. Agro-ecology varies in Zimbabwe between fi ve Natural Regions (NR I-V), from the more fer- tile lands of relatively lesser hectarage per farm and intensive cropping, to the less fertile lands of larger farm sizes and extensive cropping (small grains) and