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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Forestry in the news on Wednesday February 09, 2011
The Standard-Page 18, 19- an article with the title-“Turning the tide of flooding to a gentle trickle of shillings”.Farmers in Nyando River Basin harness the potent power of its waters by conserving the wetlands, which in turn offer themshowers of blessings
The Daily Nation-page 28 an article with the title-“Residents give State agencies a helping hand to tame forest fires”
Page 13- a letter to The Watchman by Fred Alpho expressing his concern of destruction of the Thompsons Falls by people encroaching and felling trees to build a hotel.
Page 35- an advert by Natural Resource Management Project in conjunction with Water Resource Management Authority and National Irrigation Board calling on proposals for Micro Project Grants
The Star –page 9 an article with the title-“More officers sent to put out Aberdare wildfires”
Page 14- an advert by Nairobi Greenline inviting the public for tree planting in honour of Anoop Shah the late Greenline chairman.
Page 17-an advert by Natural Resource Management Project in conjunction with Water Resource Management Authority and National Irrigation Board calling on proposals for Micro Project Grants
Page 23-an article with the title-“A wild race through Ngong Forest”
Business Daily-page 2 an article with the title-“Mau forest restoration to take three years”
Page 13-an article with the title-“Laws needed to guide biofuels develop