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,
P. O. Box 3975 - 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.
Can On-Farm Wood Meet the Global Wood Supply and Save Tropical Forests? A Systematic Review
Historical Trend Analysis and Future Projections of Rainfall in Amhara, Ethiopia
Culm Density and Biomass Variation across Forest Type and Age Gradient of Oxytenanthera abyssinica (A. Rich.) Munro, in north-western Ethiopia
Genetic Diversity of Bamboo (Yushinia alpina) Borer Larvae in the Mau Forest Complex, Kenya