Webinar: Land Restoration with Bamboo
Theme: Bamboo and Environmental Management
Bamboo is a versatile plant with numerous uses and utilities, including as a food, feed and fodder, energy, agricultural uses, and income opportunities through value addition. Its intrinsic eco-system benefits makes it a suitable crop for landscape restoration. This session will discuss landscape restoration with bamboo, a fast growing species that can rapidly re-green degraded landscapes and provide valuable revenue to smallholder farmers from annual selective harvesting as little as three years after planting. Bamboo is considered a high potential crop for landscape restoration in several countries, and can contribute towards several important development and environmental targets.
Prof. Yang Yuming– Professor, Environmental Sciences, Southwest Forestry University, China – download the presentation.
Mr. Tom Obong Okello, Executive Director, National Forestry Authority, Uganda – download the presentation.
Mr. Durai Jayaraman, Director of Global Programme, INBAR – download the presentation.
07 July 2020
19:30-21:00 (Beijing, GMT+8)
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