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Watersheds: a common destiny for survival

Kenya's Green Belt Movement has shifted to planning and implementing its community reforestation activities at the watershed level, looking past political boundaries to the water that flows beneath.
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SALUTE TO GREEN BELT MOVEMENT. SALUTE TO PROF WANGARI MAATHAI SALUTE TO CHIPKO SAINT SUNDER LAL BAHUGUNA. TREES CAN LIVE WITHOUT US, WE CAN NOT LIVE WITHOUT TREES. WAS INITIATED INTO TREE PLANTATION. BY BHAGAT PURAN SINGH - SAINT OF PINGALWARA
posted by: G S Bhalla (15:25:25 Fri 2nd May 2014)

thanks for the work you have done as a movement,can i be one of the ambassadors of the movement?
posted by: KIMANDE JETHRO KIMANDE (10:06:31 Tue 5th February 2013)

TRUE, it conserves soil and water by better infiltration otherwise high speed runoff looses both soil and water, where crops, animal, livelihood suffers
posted by: RAVINDER RAJU AMBATI (11:06:33 Tue 10th January 2012)

 

 

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