Anteneh Fekadu is the Director and Researcher of Natural Resources Research, Southern Agricultural Research Institute (SARI), Hawassa, Ethiopia. He has worked research in agroforestry, bio-diversity, soil and water conservation and integrated watershed management. He undertakes research closely with farming communities at grass root level. Anteneh has taken part in internationally funded research projects. He has been leading Eastern and Southern African Partnership Programme (ESAPP) at SARI, which is funded by Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Switzerland. He is coordinating Operational Research for Technology Dissemination Project at SARI that was funded by Irish AID. Anteneh serves as a steering committee member for Capacity Building for Scaling up of Evidence-Based Best Practices in Agricultural Production in Ethiopia (CASCAPE), which is a joint project between SARI and Hawassa University and funded by Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands. Anteneh will coordinate the Alaba field study and co-lead on WP2.