Training in Holistic Grazing to restore rangelands
When we started the One Health program with Mahenye community a few years ago, we developed a training program on Holistic Planned Grazing for farmers in the community in order to help restore rangelands which had been degraded under the combined action of overgrazing and erosion. This holistic technique which has been developed in Zimbabwe is very effective in restoring soil fertility, improving crop productivity and in reducing human-wildlife conflict.
As the world is preparing to celebrate World Environment Day and to launch the UN decade on Ecosystem Restoration in order to restore an area the size of China over the next 10 years, our One Health approach is visionary in having already promoted the restoration of drylands around conservation areas.
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