Trees for the Future

A bare-root nursery with recently-germinated seeds (notice the tiny green shoots) in Folepi, a village adjacent to a proposed Cross River Gorilla wildlife sanctuary. Growing and maintaining trees helps community members become self-sufficient in terms of food, income, fuel wood and wild-harvested forest products. This not only helps them, it also reduces pressure on the forest and the habitat for critically endangered species. Planting out of poverty:



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