A new partnership between International Tree Foundation (ITF) and Little Snug, a creative furniture maker, has been announced today to support community tree planting in Africa.
A new partnership between International Tree Foundation (ITF) and KOKO wooden sunglasses has been announced today which will see tree planting supported in Africa.
ITF were recently sent some fascinating photographs of Watu wa Miti at the East African Community Officers near to the Muguga Forest about 23km north-west of Nairobi.
The International Day of Forests on Saturday 21st March sees the launch of the African Community Forestry Network (ACFN). For the first time, a grassroots network is being created which brings together community-led organisations working in agroforestry and forestry across Africa.
Just under one month to go until the Brighton Marathon on Sunday 12th April. Come and support David, Craig and Tina as they RUN FOR THE TREES.
You are invited to participate in the webinar “Agroforestry delivering multifunctional agriculture: Can we heal an ailing planet?” present by ITF Vice-Chair, Roger Leakey on Wednesday, March 18th at 4pm GMT
Trees 4 Livelihoods, a 4 year project supported by the Big Lottery Fund. is continuing to make progress in Mali.
An important issue for the local communities is their declining access to the Koubaye forest due to unsustainable management leading to the felling of trees.
ITF are pleased to announce the funding of three projects in Kenya as part of our Sustainable Community Forestry (SCF) programme. 170,000 trees will be planted in projects led by three community youth organisations. In this article we feature the work of the Kangema Youth Group.
75% of the Southern Aberdare Forest in Kenya has been lost since the 1970’s which now covers less than 1,000 hectares. Conflict between people and wildlife has grown as human settlements encroach further and further into the forest. Wild animal numbers have declined along with many indigenous tree species like the sycamore fig, which is considered sacred to the Kikuyu community.