NETWORKS

Note: some of the information and links below are out of date, even though they may still be useful

China Vetiver Network

China
THE VETIVER NETWORK INTERNATIONAL (TVNI)
Coordinates and Contacts of The Vetiver Network International
Global
LATIN AMERICA VETIVER NETWORK (LAVN)
No web site, but Blog and Google group Red Vetiver Latina
Latin America
MADAGASCAR VETIVER NETWORK (MVN)

Temporary Web site

Madagascar
EUROPEAN-MEDITERRANEAN VETIVER NETWORK (EMVN) This network no longer hosts a website. Contact Criss Juliard for information
Mediterranean

PACIFIC RIM VETIVER NETWORK (PRVN)

Current Website

Pacific Rim
PHILIPPINES VETIVER NETWORK (VETINETPHIL)

Network currently not operational

Philippines

VETIVER NETWORK VIET NAM (VNVN)

Vietnam

OTHER NETWORKS

  • Nepal
  • Cameroon
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • South Africa
  • Ethiopia
  • Kenya
  • Indonesia
  • India
  • Iran
  • Italy
  • Tuscony
  • Chile
  • Thailand
 

 


TVNI Mission
The Vetiver Network International (TVNI) promotes the worldwide use of the Vetiver System (VS) for a sustainable environment particularly in relation to land and water.

Please support TVNI operations with a donation (your tax deductible donation will generate an emailed receipt)


Network history, achievements and timeline presentation


For Vetiver users in Kenya: join the Platform for Land Use Sustainability (PLUS-Kenya). See details on VS applications,
and other innovations for sustainable Land and Water Resource Management.


For Californians who need to stabilize slopes, Go to this picture gallery link and a special California related flyer.


USA users - go to this Plant Guide about Vetiver (Sunshine cultivar), published by USDA/NRCS - and be assured of its approval.


BUY VETIVER SYSTEM TECHNICAL MANUALS at TVNI's E Book Store English, French, Spanish and Swahili (color images) and AT
AMAZON.COM


English, French, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, and Vietnamese editions - download free


Compare Vetiver System for on farm soil and water conservation with engineered structures.


Past pix of the month