Executive Summary Forestry Commission (FC) is currently implementing one of the Hwange Sanyati Biological Corridor Project (HSBCP) components dedicated to improving forestry and land management. HSBCP seeks to support the ecological health of the biological corridor through a series of interventions to strengthen the land use and resource management capacity of managers and communities. Download the full PDF (ESMP FOR WOOD DRYING KILN WB EDITS 2 DEC CLEANED VERSION FF) document here....
Names: English jackal-berry, swamp ebony, and African ebony Botanical: Diospyros mespiliformis. Shona: Musuma, Mushuma. Ndebele: Umdlauzo/Umsuma Other languages: Ntoma/Mgula(shangaan), mushumha (ndau), musuma (Venda), DESCRIPTION The generic name Diospyros means ‘divine pear’, and the specific name mespiliformis is derived from two words,‘mesos’ meaning half, and ‘pilos’, which is bullets. Belongs to a family Ebenaceae....
Hwange Sanyati Biological Corridor Project Introduction The Hwange Sanyati Biodiversity Corridor (HSBC) project covers an area of 5.7 million ha in north western Zimbabwe and falls within the Kavango-Zambezi (KAZA) Trans-frontier Conservation Area (TFCA). It is a $6.4 million project being funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) over 5 years. World Bank is the implementing agency for the project, WWF is the activities implementing entity and the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Management is the coordinating authority. Key project partners are: Parks and Wildlife Management Authority; CAMPFIRE Association; Environmental Management......
Gweru, Zimbabwe. The Forestry Commission in Gweru has commended ZDDT for its Community Restoration efforts, saying it has cultivated the culture of total community ownership of developmental projects by residents, a principle that has seen meaning development taking place in the “City of Progress” Forestry Commission Midlands Provincial Manager, Mr Poto, said the Trust is imparting fundamental knowledge to the people in curbing deforestation and consequential desertification....
TREES are life but whose life you may ask? Yours of course and that of the earth’s. For this cause we will never stress enough the need for you to plant a tree and not to cut one. If you do, replace that one by planting 10 more trees. And, do not just plant, but plant and water and see the tree through to maturity....