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It is sadly true that in many parts of the world our parents can remember a very different environment from that of today. Deserts have grown. Fertile land has become poor. People are fighting to overcome these problems in many different ways. Soil erosion has become such a widespread problem that most countries now have government programmes to control erosion, programmes that add to the efforts of the farmers themselves. 

Please find below articles from Footsteps issue 15.

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