Regreening strategies as a contribution to forest landscape restoration

“Regreening” is a land management practice that empowers farmers to protect regenerating trees and shrubs on their farms to improve soil fertility, increase food security and raise household income. The report highlights activities that contributed to the widespread adoption of regreening practices and land restoration in Senegal, Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali, northern Ethiopia and Malawi.

About the Report


About the Event

WRI hosted an exclusive opportunity to meet the authors of Scaling Up Regreening: Six Steps to Success and learn how these six steps can contribute to effective strategies to scale up regreening in Africa and beyond. A panel of experts shared their experiences on how to empower farmers and rural communities to accelerate the scaling up process and adapt it to a local context.


Welcome address
Summary of the Report by the authors: Chris Reij and Bob Winterbottom
Panel discussion and Q&A



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