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Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe

Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe

Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe.There are many types of mushrooms grow across the globe. My focus in this article is oyster Mushroom due to its quick turn around, easier to grow and can be grown anywhere in Zimbabwe. The country is facing the challenge...

Indigenous Fruits of Zimbabwe

Indigenous Fruits of Zimbabwe

A few years ago I was in Watsomba and came across so many indigenous wild fruits and it took me back to the days when we were growing up and all these fruits were in abundance  in the wild and you didnít have to buy them. The effects of  climate change and expansion...

The Exceptional Resurrecting Bush

The Exceptional Resurrecting Bush

Medline lives in Ward 16 Chivi district, rural Zimbabwe. Her area has been receiving less and less rain over the past decade. Farmers like here have resorted to planting small grains, although some still stick to growing maize which has been dwindling in productivity...

Zimbo Green January clean up

Zimbo Green January clean up

I went into Harare on 6 January to assist Maritime with the ZimboGreen clean up in CBD. Wires were crossed, and it turns out I was supposed to be on First Street, but I understood Copacabana bus terminus, and that is where I started and did my bit! I was really there...

Killing for Conservation

Killing for Conservation

No animal better portrays the plight of African wildlife than the rhino. There are a lot of charitable organisations and media campaigns around the world that focus on the dwindling numbers of these rare animals that we have left. And yet ever year thousands of these...

Facing Extinction

Facing Extinction

Sudan, A Stark Reminder,  Bringing Rhino Conservation Issues To The Forefront On the 19th of March, the world mourned the death of one of the last three remaining northern white rhinos and only surviving male, Sudan. With the species already extinct in the wild, his...

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