01 September, 2014

Smallholder plantations to promote afforestation in off-reserve areas in Ghana

In order for smallholder forest plantations in Ghana to be successful, incentives for managing secondary forests are needed, as well as an increased knowledge in marketing constraints, pests and disease management, the role of trees and a better definition of ownership of trees on farms. These were some of the conclusions withdrawn from the discussions during the inception workshop of the Landscape Restoration Project, organized by Tropenbos International on August 5, 2014 in Kumasi, Ghana.

20 August, 2014

Seminar: Unravelling the Landscape Approach Make better policies for people and the planet – Are we on the right track? (17 September 2014)

The landscape approach has been widely embraced during recent years as a new paradigm or integrated vision. The aim? To ensure that land use planning, policies and management decisions maintain the resilience, productivity and sustainability of landscapes for the benefit of all the people who depend upon them. It is based on the concept that landscapes are multifunctional, dynamic and evolving entities composed of a mosaic of different uses (agriculture, forests, mining, urbanization…) which are highly interdependent.

20 August, 2014

First National Forestry Conference in Ghana (September 16 – 18, 2014)

Ghana is to hold its first National Forestry Conference at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region from September 16 to 18, 2014. The conference which is under the theme “The Contribution of Forests to Ghana’s Economic Development” would be hosted on the premises of the Forestry Research Institute of Ghana (FORIG).

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