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Area Closure Revives Economy of Tigray region

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Zero-impact area's targets recovery of soil coverage in the Tigray area. Fences disable livestock and humans to enter protected zones, so that vegetative species find time to regenerate. Hand-in-hand with other soil and water conservation measures, this method is baring fruit, as soil coverage and species diversity increased. The video highlights the arrival of new flowering plants, which stood at the basis of the revival of the honey industry. Honey is now the 4th biggest export of Ethiopia.

French version

More info: www.wahara.eu
Produced by: TheWaterChannel
Year: 2012
Language: French
Region: Tigray, Ethiopia

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