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


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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