Irrigation Systems for Fruit Tree Agriculture

 
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$28,794
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Jan 18, 2011

“Project Ouray” Update!

The High Atlas Foundation met with key officials in Tifnout and conducted important planning and authorization steps for the construction of the Ouray irrigation canal, which will expand agriculture and prevent erosion in the Tifnout Valley in Morocco. The Foundation also bought the materials (pipes, cement, rebar, and tools) for the construction of the canal. We have included maps of the project with this update and will follow-up soon with more photos. Thank you so much for your support!

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Organization

Project Leader

Yossef Ben-Meir

President of the High Atlas Foundation
NYC, NY (US) and Marrakech, Al Haouz (Maroc), Morocco

Where is this project located?

Map of Irrigation Systems for Fruit Tree Agriculture