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Farmer coaxes forest from the desert in Burkina Faso
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26 March 2021
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Yacouba Sawadogo murmurs advice to his sons as they press a sapling into the red earth using a centuries-old technique that he has adapted to conjure a forest from Burkina Faso's rain-starved soil. The farmer who is well into his 70s is hailed across his province as 'the man who stopped the desert'. He won that title after tweaking a method of growing plants in pits to trap water -- essential in the hardscrabble region fringing the Sahara.
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