Category Archives: Forestry

Anglophone Crisis: Reminiscence of Bleak January 2017

On that famous Tuesday January 1, 2017, denizens from the Northwest and Southwest Regions, had intensified ghost towns across all Divisions. Yanick Fonki & B. Shancho Ndimuh The people had risen to the high call for ‘Mami-water’ ghost town, after Paul Ghogomu Mingo, Head of the Government delegation negotiating with the then Consortium leaders, had […]

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Scientific Reports For Proposed Mount

Manengouba Herpetological Sanctuary Validated The Technical Note for the Proposed Mount Manengouba Herpetological Sanctuary has been validated. The   document which officially seeks government’s permission for the creation of the protected area, was approved, January 16, 2018. This occured during the validation workshop, which took place in the Chambers of Agriculture, Fishery, Livestock and Forest in […]

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SOS: Cameroon Mangroves Cry for Help!

Mangroves of the Rio Del Rey Estuary, which constitutes about 10% of West African mangroves and half of Cameroon’s mangroves, have been beaten so painfully that it is now crying for help. The mangroves of this area including the dominant red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle), Black mangrove (Avicennia germinans), Button wood (Conocarpus erectus) and Rhizophora racemosa, […]

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SW Farmers Blame Low

Yields On Government’s ‘Improved’ Seed Farmers in the Southwest Region of Cameroon have attributed the relatively poor harvest recorded within the Region over the years to Government’s repeated distribution of expired improved seed variety at the start of the farming season. According to them, these seeds die (don’t germinate), hence, resulting to a poor harvest. […]

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Kumba Cautioned Against Unsustainable Activities At Lake Barombi

The population of Kumba, Meme Division of Southwest Cameroon, have been reprimanded to shun activities that contribute to the depletion of Lake Barombi. Southwest Regional Delegates of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development, Tourism and Leisure and Arts and Culture made the call, Monday May 22, 2017, while celebrating the 25th world biodiversity day. […]

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