Spike in Sesame Farming Poses Threat to Tanzania’s Natural Forests

Trees in Tanzania’s southeast region are being burned down, sometimes illegally, to make way for sesame farms. In one small village with a thriving community-owned forest project, sesame cultivation has become the leading cause of deforestation. The particularly… Read More The post Spike in Sesame Farming Poses Threat to Tanzania’s Natural Forests appeared first on…

via Spike in Sesame Farming Poses Threat to Tanzania’s Natural Forests — Global Justice Ecology Project

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Trained in ecological sciences agroforestry, horticulture and landscape ecology. Pomologist. Sculptor and woodcarver.
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