Wooden Beds in Ethiopia
They use the wild grassland as a place to eat, live and nest when they need to when the forest slows down or goes completely dry. They live in a number of different habitats to keep from becoming bogged down in a dry landscape.
The forests themselves are well maintained and can protect the ecosystems in which they flourish. In Kenya they are a major conservation area, which in turn is important for the development of Africa – a region that once had a small-scale plantation economy.
In the past few decades they have been growing their own food. They have grown their own wood products using local food sources, which are very different from what is typically found in Tanzania and Uganda. Wooden Beds in Ethiopia
“We are seeing an increase of forest cover on the edge of where we grew our bananas and other tropical fruit in Africa and elsewhere,” said Martin Luther King, Jr., the head of the International Union for Conservation of Nature in Geneva who led the effort to develop bananas and other tropical fruits.
“With this new policy we hope to grow tropical fruit in our area if other food sources are created by our own people using local food, not through a government or an organized government,” he added.
They want global aid and an independent international commission to manage the world’s forests, as well as the