Category Archives: Forestry

Over 5000 Trees To Be Planted At Bomboko

Plans are underway to plant over 3000 seedlings of threatened trees species at the Bomoko Cluster of the Mount Cameroon National Park (MCNP) by The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF). The tree species include Azobe (Prunus africana), Mahogany (Entandrophragma angolensis), and Zebrawood (Microberlinia bisulcata). By Adeline Tengem This revelation was made during a meeting, […]

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Over 450 Trees Planted To Protect Mile 18 Water Catchment

The ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and Non-profit Studies (ERuDeF Institute) in collaboration with the Mile 18 community in Buea, July 9, 2016, planted over 450 trees around the Mile 18 water catchment to increase the quantity and quality of water from this watershed. The trees planted, are agroforestry species like luceana known for its water […]

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Banfeko Chief Integrates Agroforestry System Into Aquaculture

The Traditional Ruler of Banfeko Village in the Haut-kam Division, Chief Wotcheu Guy, has incorporated the Agroforestry System into his fish farms in the Village. By Junie Chamdjou This was disclosed during a Tree Transplanting Workshop organized recently by Trees Cameroon in this Division.  Chief Wotcheu said he has planted over 2000 acacia around his […]

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War On Separatists Brings Constant Water, Electricity Supply To Manyu

For those conversant with Mamfe, capital city of Manyu, Southwest Cameroon, the bitter tale of epileptic electricity and portable water supply is definitely not strange to them. Melvis Takang It has been a way of life for many in that part of the country to go for weeks, if not, months, without electricity or portable […]

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Trees Cameroon Extension to Northern Cameroon; Farming Groups Pledge Total Support

Some farming groups in the Banyo, Tibati and Ngaoundal subdivisions in the Adamawa Region of Cameroon have said they are “impatiently waiting” for the extension of Trees Cameroon Agroforestry Systems to their region. This expression was made during a survey/feasibility study trip made recently by the Trees Cameroon Team to the region.  Aimed at introducing […]

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