Vegetative cover in Atiwa forest replaced with over 1,000 trees

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Atiwa Forest Over 1, 000 trees have been planted in the Atiwa Forest at Segyimase in the Abuakwa South Municipality to replace the lost trees in the forest as a result of the illegal clearing of land for farming and other human activities. The replacement of the lost trees called ‘enrichment planting’ with more tree…

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