Several Prosopis species and provenances were introduced in Kenya, either as a single event or repeatedly. To date, naturally established Prosopis populations are described as pure species depending on site, despite the aforementioned introduction of several species within some sites.
Forest Products Utilisation and Trade
Efficient processing and utilisation of forest products, trade and taxation, and valuation of forest are key issues to support sustainable conservation and management of forest resources. The group will synthesise latest research on these issues and identify specific new areas for scientific inquiry.
In partnership with Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, Chinese Academy of Science, the Independent Institute of Lay Adventists of Kigali (INILAK) organizes the 1st Conference on Environment, Energy and Development (ICEED 2013) which will take place in Kigali, Rwanda, on 7-8 August , 201
Turning Prosopis beans into valuable food and fodder: A note to inform aid agencies, rural health and nutrition advisors, agriculture and forestry extensionists, government departments, national and international NGOs, and research and development organizations.
A Policy brief calling companies in the food and animal feed industries, government departments, aid agencies, and research and development organizations to take on board knowledge about this source of ‘free’ food that will improve rural livelihoods and food security in famine-prone dry areas.
Presents major pests and diseases associated with Eucalyptus in Kenya
A guide book for extension workers and bamboo growers in Kenya
Booklet detailing facts on growing and use of Eucalyptus growing in Kenya
Steam bending qualities of eight lesser used timber species of Ghana have been studied and compared with the quality of Mahogany (Khaya spp), a fast diminishing noble species, with the view to providing information for the furniture and glulam industries.
1st IUFRO-FORNESSA Regional Congress
“Forests and Trees: Serving the People of Africa and the World”
25-29 June 2012, Nairobi, Kenya
THE NAIROBI RESOLUTION
Classification of Wood Carving Species