The Wildlife Works Greenhouse initiative runs a seedling and tree nursery program as a means of increasing forest cover in sites of degradation within the project zone. Within the greenhouses, seeds are nurtured into juvenile trees, ready for planting by the project team and community members. These trees are also provided for free to any community members who would like to plant them on their property. A monthly average of 38,436 trees are growing within the greenhouses at any given time and currently holds a stock of >15,000 fruit seedlings.
*Kasigau Corridor Half Year Report Q1-Q2 2022