As security improves in the Epulu area, replanting of the demonstration garden is underway. This important educational tool illustrates very clearly to area farmers how a planned agroforestry system of planting can reap better harvests and over a longer period of time, than the traditional slash and burn approach to farming. Along with continuing a regular distribution of seeds, bean and peanuts for summer planting, OCP agronomists are distributing native fruit trees and nitrogen-fixing trees to farmers.
Needed shade trees are being provided to school communities where the students are involved in planting and maintaining. The agronomists take these opportunities with the students to share with them conservation information about the forest community in which they live.
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