The project will contribute to the restoration of Ethiopia's forest resources and its multiple functions (supply of woodfuel and other essential forest products, erosion prevention, water harvesting, conservation of biodiversity). This is done with the creation of exclosures, i.e. zones without grazing and other human use, where the natural forest can recover.
soil restoration, enclosure, ethiopia, forest rehabilitation, local knowledge, natural regeneration, participatory research
|Division Forest, Nature and Landscape Research||unknown|
|Forest Ecology and Management||member||2000-09-01||2004-08-31|
|Dispersal and recruitment of Olea europaea ssp. cuspidata in degraded Afromontane savanna : implications for forest restoration in the highlands of northern Ethiopia||partner|
created:2011-12-14 14:18:59 UTC, source:iweto