The project uses strategic approach that include use of truncheons of natural species that better fight anthropogenic factors of the changing climate. While most efforts in tree planting and a forestation centre relies on use of tree seedlings, this approach effectively promotes tree planting using truncheons (commonly called tree stems), which are sourced from existing branches of natural trees from within communities or nearby forest reserves and planted anytime of the year without watering. The truncheons require a shorter time for plants to reach maturity, no caring for nursery stock and livestock cannot easily damage the new shoots. Among the activities in the project will include; community awareness, advocacy, training of eco leaders, clean up campaigns, interface forums and tree planting exercises.



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