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AP PHOTOS: In Kenya, nearly a decade of mangrove restoration
by Brian Inganga
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28 June 2022
On 28 June 2022 The Associated Press reported:
The village of Gazi Bay on Kenya's coast, just 55 kilometers (34 miles) south of bustling Mombasa and tucked away from the country's well-trodden tourism circuit, has gained traction in recent years as a model for restoring and tending carbon-sucking mangrove trees that now crowd its bright green shoreline. Now entering its 10th year, the award-winning project has inspired other nations to follow suit.
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