Rolling back the desert
The Kuzuko Thicket Restoration Project will restore more than 5000 hectares of degraded land in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Teams from local communities will be trained to plant cuttings of the indigenous thicket tree commonly known as spekboom. Healthy spekboom thicket creates a favoured habitat for animals and insects. The restored thicket will also capture millions of tons of carbon dioxide over the project’s lifespan. Learn more about the KuzukoThicket Restoration Project and spekboom by watching the video.
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