The global forest resources are gradually reducing with respect to land-use changes as a global trend. This has led to a paradigm shift towards the incorporation of trees on farmland as opposed to the conventional preservation of these trees in forests. This journal aims at promoting forestry and agroforestry activities by documenting and disseminating knowledge scoped within these categories. Some of the topics publishable by this journal include land-use practices, agroforestry systems, silviculture, nursery practices, mensuration, conservation and climate change.
East African Nature and Science Organization,
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The Implication of Covid-19 on Forest in Malawi
Adoption and Implementation of Devolved Farm Forestry Extension Services from Kenya Forest Service to County Governments: Socio-Economic Wellbeing of Rural Communities and Experiences from Homabay County, Kenya
Movement, Feeding Behaviour and Threats of Colobus guereza Ruppellin at Seasonally Dry Riverine Forest of Engare-Olmotonyi and Arboreta of the Forestry Training Institute’s Olmotonyi’s Campus in Northern Highlands of Tanzania
Higher Plant Conservation Across a Gradient of Increasing Agroecosystems Management Intensity in Western Ethiopia
Tree Species Density and Basal Area in Image Forest Reserve, Tanzania
Agroforestry and Household Food Security Status among Small-Scale Farmers in Kubo South and Samburu Wards of Kwale County, Kenya