Green Ghana Projects: Bono East Forestry Commission inspect trees in schools
Forestry commission in the Bono East Region inspect trees plants in some schools in the region under the green Ghana Project to know how they are being kept
The Bono East Regional Director for Forestry Commission, Madam Amoh Ntim Lucy is embarking on an inspection exercise to schools in the Region to monitor how they are managing the trees given to them to plant during the Green Ghana Project last Friday.
On Friday, 11th June 2021, the Ministry of Lands and Natural resources through the Forestry Commission of Ghana planted five million trees across the country.
Pupils plant trees in the Bono Region
In Bono, the East Region, 30, 000 trees were planted which some seedlings were given to schools for planting.
As part of measures to ensure the trees are well kept till growth, the Regional Director says she will be touring schools in all the Region.
Schools she has visited so far include St paul's R/C JHS, Techiman SDA primary, Hansua primary, Anomatuoa M/A basic school, Tanoso Presbyterian basic school, Aworowa APS school, Aworowa R/C primary all in Techiman, the Bono East Regional Capital.