Jimmy Ouna, the NFA Northern Regional Manager says the move is aimed at restoring bamboo plants that were depleted from the forest reserve over the years due to encroachment and high demands.
Ouna says NFA plans to restore bamboo on 100 hectares’ piece of land at the forest reserve to increase the forest cover.
parts of ogom forest reserve that has been encroached for cultivation. NFA will embark on planting of bamboo to restore the degraded forest reseve.
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