Be the first to plant in my Forest!
2 months ago
Seedlings will be outplanted in the Magamba Nature Reserve to rebuild the forest cover. In addition, the project will plant trees to preserve the Lushoto water catchment basin, which supplies fresh water to over 20,000 people in the Lushoto Township and is important to the health of the Reserve. Trees will be planted along waterways to prevent future stream bank erosion. Fruit trees planted at the schools and on subsistence farms in agroforestry are a key element to the Green Schools Program. Besides providing much needed nutrition to the children and adults in the area, fruit tree cultivation protects fruit trees growing in the nature reserve.
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