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Growing shade: An epic quest to plant a tree for every home in Senegal
by Nick Roll
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
10 January 2022
On 10 January 2022 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
Tree-planting projects have gained new currency around the world in recent years. Once prized as either ornamentation or commodity, trees are now sought for their environmental and social benefits as well. Environmental activist Modou Fall and his army of volunteers aim to plant one tree for every home in Senegal, using recycled tires as planters to help deter rooting animals. It's a lofty goal, but the resources are abundant.
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