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Senegalese plant circular gardens in Green Wall defence against desert
by Christophe Van Der Perre and Cooper Inveen
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24 August 2021
On 24 August 2021 Reuters reported:
A project aims to create hundreds of circular gardens -- known as 'Tolou Keur' in Senegal's Wolof language -- that organizers hope will boost food security, reduce regional desertification, and engage thousands of community workers.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The project marks a new, more local approach to what is known as the Green Wall initiative, launched in 2007, that aims to slow desertification across Africa's Sahel region, the arid belt south of the Sahara Desert, by planting an 8,000-km line of trees from Senegal to Djibouti.
... Not all the gardens have succeeded. But in the eastern town of Kanel the garden is thriving.
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