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Year of Release 2005. This year represents the turning of the tide.
Give us the humility to accept the things we cannot change, and give us the courage to change to change the things we can
and give us the wisdom to know the difference.
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Trees4Africa Project Picture We need you to support us in planting and protecting Trees in Africa.

Over the last few years migratory sites for birds in West African states have become more and more endangered and it is likely that climate change will make these routes more and more hazardous, therefore it is vital that we support efforts to preserve the habitats and offset our damage to the climate through community efforts in tree planting and tree protection.

Dec 2006 Forestry Department - Allows illegal logging 

This project cannot guarantee that the trees will survive to offset the carbon which we intend. You can read about this in Modous latest report.

There are challenges which we face daily to plant and protect trees but we can assure you that we will honestly and openly account for our efforts and learn from our failures.

We believe this is the only way to properly manage this type of work and the annual reports bear this out.

Sept 2007 - Forestry Department sponsor fence to protect trees -
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Trees4africa is a collaboration between committed birdwatchers and environmentalists in the Gambia and a small group or environmentalists in the UK. In the Gambia and the UK we share some wonderful birds including the Osprey. All the Scottish Ospreys use the Gambia for their winter habitats and we are supporting  tree planting in one area where we have observed Ospreys in the past.

This project has been set up to demonstrate what a few committed people can do to support each other internationally and to learn how we can better establish a fairer and mutually responsible society and encourage our young people to make efforts to preserve their environment.

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