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Climate Change

Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ stakeholders organize consultative workshop

In line with the objectives of the Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ Programme (GCFRP), the Climate Change Directorate of the

Landscape Restoration

Lands and Natural Resources Minister hands over seized rosewood to trustees of National Cathedral Project

The Minister for Lands and Natural, Resources, Hon. Samuel A. Jinapor, has turned in 18 impounded containers of Rosewood to the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral, for the construction of the Cathedral Project.On 30th July 2021, Hon. Jinapor disclosed the intent of government to donate all confiscated rosewood

Eco-Tourism

WILDLIFE DIVISION LAUNCHES FIRST ECOTOURISM HANDBOOK

The Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission has launched its first Ecotourism Handbook at the Shai Hills Resource Reserve. The Handbook, which was published to support, promote and advertise the country’s ecoutorism sites and streamline products and facilities for tourists ,was launched by the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources,

FC Board Visits Kumasi Zoo

ECO TOURISM HANDBOOK

Launched of digitalized property mark (Form C) and GWTS

Plantations

Post-planting field assessment

The Deputy Chief Executive of Forestry Commission (FC), Hon. Martha Kwayie – Manu, embarked on a post – planting field assessment exercise to some selected Forest Districts namely, Juaboso, Sefwi Wiawso, Enchi and Bibiani in the Western North Region. The field assessment was to evaluate the early stages of plant

Flegt License

WORKSHOP ON THE FEASIBILITY STUDY OF ESTABLISHING LEGAL WOOD DEPOTS

TIDD HELD A VALIDATION WORKSHOP ON THE FEASIBILITY STUDY OF ESTABLISHING LEGAL WOOD DEPOTS THROUGH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP APPROACH A validation workshop was organized by the Timber Industry Development Division (TIDD) of the Forestry Commission of Ghana on the feasibility study of establishing legal wood depots through Public Private Partnership

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