2 edition of indigenous forests of Lesotho found in the catalog.
indigenous forests of Lesotho
E. D. May
Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-152).
|LC Classifications||SD242.L47 M29 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||00284707|
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This book has been produced in support of a programme to conserve the indigenous forests of Lesotho. In addition to a bibliography and introduction, six chapters are included: (1) the former extent of indigenous forest in Lesotho; (2) the present distribution of wild indigenous shrubs, trees and forest in Lesotho; (3) factors which could have limited indigenous forest growth in the past; (4 Author: E.
May. Apart from Forestry Division there are several other government Ministries and Departments as well as NGOs that also have a stake in Lesotho’s forestry development Governmental institutions are: National Environment Secretariat is the overriding policy maker and coordinator of all environment-linked activities, including those on indigenous.
Southern Afrotemperate Forest (the Southern Cape Forests) is a kind of tall, shady, multilayered indigenous South African forest. This is the main forest-type in the south-western part of South Africa, naturally extending from the Cape Peninsula in the west, as far as Port Elizabeth in the east.
In this range (apart from the massive Knysna-Tsitsikamma forest complex), it usually occurs in. Although indigenous forest covers less than 4,5% of Lesotho, many products, especially fuelwood, are obtained from them by neighbouring rural populations.
The largest individuals of seven species of indigenous trees or shrubs are describe. Indigenous forest is Cited by: 1. This book represents a defining synthesis of the use and socio-economic value of timber and non-timber resources from indigenous forests and woodlands in South Africa.
It provides an up-to-date review of current research and thinking on policies and practices affecting these two biomes. Sincethere has been a paradigm shift in the approach to the management of forest and woodland. The vegetation in Lesotho consists largely of grasslands and bushveld. Forests cover only 1% of the land area and are found in some areas in the north and south of the country.
Trees that are indigenous to the land include Cape willows, cheche bush, and wild olives. Soil erosion and overutilization have. This paper briefly highlights two propagation methods (containerized and open raised beds) used in a trial established during by the Lesotho National Tree Seed Centre, which aims to promote vegetative propagation of indigenous trees and shrubs to address the problem of seed shortage due to continuous browsing of livestock.
indigenous knowledge and practices in the sustain-able management of the indigenous forests. This study was therefore conducted in order to identify and describe these indigenous knowledge and prac-tices as in the case of the Ifugao communities.
In particular, it described key indigenous practices in woodlot or watersheds or collectively known as. Collectively, the chapters in this volume cover Indigenous knowledge not only in wide range of cultures and livelihood contexts, but also in a wide range of environments, including drylands, savannah grassland, tropical forests, mountain landscapes, temperate and boreal forests, Pacific and Indian Ocean islands, and coastal environments.
address forestry management on both state and customary land, whilst the Lesotho case study concentrates on issues related to rangeland management in communal areas. Most of the studies focus on what are frequently termed “imposed” CBNRM initiatives driven by specific sectoral and donor.
Get this from a library. The indigenous forests of Lesotho: their former occurrence: the current distribution of groves and patches of wild indigenous trees and shrubs and their management options. [E D. The present indigenous forests may change into semi-arid types, while agricultural production will decline, resulting in food shortages.
Lesotho is the only country in. The results of the fine-scale assessment indicate that the indigenous forest in the Taita Hills decreased by 50% ( ha) between andbut the total forest cover area decreased only by 2% due to the establishment of exotic plantations (Pellikka et al., ).Each individual forest fragment, however, was managed differently during this time period.
Maria Thereza Alves is amplifying the Indigenous communities fighting to protect Brazil’s forests. The Campaign. To See The Forest Standing is an ongoing research-based artwork and campaign by Maria Thereza Alves to bring awareness to the protection, care and preservation of the forest by the AMAAIAC, the Association of the Movement of Indigenous Agroforestry Agents of the State of Acre.
UN Headquarters, New York January At its ninth session, the Permanent Forum decided to hold an Expert Group Meeting on indigenous peoples and forests. 14) The UNFAO has demonstrated that forest loss has slowed but _____. A) to protect forest biodiversity, forested public lands should be closed to recreation B) there will be no forest ecosystems left by C) we still lose forests at the rate of million ha/yr D) all nationally owned forests should be managed by clear-cutting.
Ts'ehlanyane National Park is a National Park in is located in the Maloti Mountains in Leribe District, and is part of the larger Maloti-Drakensberg Transfrontier Conservation Lesotho northern park protects a high-altitude, 2,metre (8, ft) patch of rugged wilderness, including one of Lesotho’s only stands of indigenous forest with a number of rare undergrowth.
From historical accounts the extent of indigenous forest in Lesotho has decreased since the middle of the last century. However, in historic times forest was never extensive, being confined to small patches. Fire was probably the main limiting factor to the spread of forest. \ud \ud Although indigenous forest covers less than 4,5% of Lesotho.
Shifting cultivation is one of the oldest forms of subsistence agriculture and is still practised by millions of poor people in the tropics.
Typically it involves clearing land (often forest) for the growing of crops for a few years, and then moving on to new sites, leaving the earlier ground fallow to regain its soil fertility.
This book brings together the best of science and farmer. north site on existing exotic forest plantations and indigenous species.
The area is approximately 34km from Maseru at the elevation of masl. The exotic forest were assumed to have been planted in the late toit is an unprotected forest however cutting the. The first book in the Yinti series of three books.
The stories are linked in a sequence that shows Yinti's development from a young bushie to a competent station worker and adult.
$ Buy now. First Page Image; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) References; Indigenous peoples and collaborative forest governance in northern forests: examining changes in policies, institutions, and communities 1.
Sara Teitelbaum, a Stephen Wyatt, b Ryan Bullock c a Département de sociologie, Université de Montréal, Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, C.Psucc.The annotated illustrations intro-duce the plants and animals at the various levels in the forest in an integrated way and bring the forests alive.
So whether you are a nature enthusiast wanting general information on indigenous forests, or a hiker or tourist wanting specific information on the Kirstenbosch trails, this book is ideal.