The Bamboo and Rattan Unit (BRU) of the Forestry Commission has paid a visit to Akyem Apapam Central Nursery and Atiwa Forest Bambusetum. Madam Faustina Baffour- Awuah, Manager of BRU, visited the sites to inspect ongoing work. The nursery, which was established in 2021, currently has about 176,000 seedlings fromRead More →

The Bamboo and Rattan Unit of Forestry Commission in collaboration with the International Bamboo and Rattan Organisation (INBAR) have organised an awareness and sensitisation workshop for Bankers and Financial Institutions under the theme “Bamboo for Green Development”. This workshop falls under the project titled “Intra- Africa Bamboo Smallholder Farmers LivelihoodRead More →

The President of Ghana, H. E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo has launched the the 2022 Edition of Green Ghana Day, at the Accra International Conference Centre. The theme for this year’s exercise is “Mobilizing for a Greener Future” and it is scheduled for June 10, 2022.The President in his keynoteRead More →

The Forestry Commission has donated Five Hundred Thousand Ghana Cedis; One hundred Thousand Cedis in cash and Four Hundred Thousand Ghana Cedis worth of wood for construction purposes at Appiatse.The Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission , Mr. John Allotey indicated that the Commission is following in the steps ofRead More →

The first in the series of the 2022 Health Talk programme by the Corporate Human Resource Department (HR) for Forestry Commission (FC) staff has taken place at the FC Auditorium. The Health Talk series organised qquarter, is to address contemporary health issues in order to promote a culture of healthyRead More →

The Chief Executive of Forestry Commission, Mr. John Allotey and the Deputy Chief Executive, Hon. Martha Kwayie-Manu have attended a two-day seminar organized by the Timber Industry Development Division (TIDD) at the Forestry Commission Training Centre (FCTC), Akyawkrom. The purpose of the seminar was to enable the Division make submissionsRead More →

The Bamboo and Rattan Unit (BRU)of Forestry Commission in collaboration with the International Bamboo and Rattan Organisation (INBAR) has organised a capacity building session on Bamboo Cultivation, Fire Management and Scientific Harvesting. This programme falls under the” Inter-Africa Bamboo Small Holder Farmers Livelihood Development Programme”. The objective of the sessionRead More →

The GSLERP office has been inaugurated in Tamale by UNDP Ghana Resident Representative-Dr. Angela Lusigi, with support from the Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources – Hon. Benito Owusu Bio, the Italian Ambassador to Ghana- H.E Daniela d’Orlandi, Chairman of the Forestry Commission Board of Commissioners – Tetrete OkuamoahRead More →

Mrs. Edith Abruquah has been appointed as the Acting Executive Director (ED) of the Forest Services Division (FSD). With 30 years experience on the job, she has broken through the glass ceiling as the first woman to become an Executive Director in the history of Forestry commission.Over the past threeRead More →