Livestock, Hedging, Drystone Walls & Fencing

Livestock, Hedging, Drystone Walls and Fencing: 2015 Statement of Program Rationale and Outcomes

The people involved in Muonde have been concerned with the fencing issue since the 1980s when the late Mathou Chakavanda and others promoted the local experimentation which was then going on with live fencing using indigenous and other species (like sisal and cactus). This was because the community started measuring how much Acacia woodland in …

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“STONE WALLING” A viable and sustainable environmental management technique which is making an impact in Mazvihwa Community

Stone Walling written and photographed by Alice Ndlovu and the Muonde Team The stone wall journey started in Madzoke valley, a community which is surrounded by mountains and hills. This community has a very great access to stones because it is situated between mountains. However, the same mountains prey a lot of animals which destroys …

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