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The first non-profit grassroots organization in the Usambara Mountains that uses tourism to benefit local conservation development.

The first non-profit grassroots organization in the Usambara Mountains that uses tourism to benefit local conservation development.

We can’t afford to wait for a powerful person or an honest government to solve all of our environmental problems, each…

Posted by Friends of Usambara Society on Sunday, 1 April 2018

We at Friends of Usamabara are planting a lot of trees, this year we are planting 15 million trees may be 30 million, we…

Posted by Friends of Usambara Society on Friday, March 9, 2018

It is not a joke to survive in the jungle. Many trees we planted around October 2017 in all the two planting sites are…

Posted by Usambara environment rescue group on Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Who says it never turns black?West Usambara two-horned chameleon or West Usambara blade-horned chameleon…

Posted by Friends of Usambara Society on Donnerstag, 11. Januar 2018

Agro forest has been a major manifesto FoU is trying to implement recently. We are assisting farmers to easily access…

Posted by Usambara environment rescue group on Mittwoch, 3. Januar 2018

Ficus species are the best for water sources and wet lands. Here is one of the ward leaders from Gare getting some for a…

Posted by Usambara environment rescue group on Mittwoch, 27. Dezember 2017

#Repost Ecosia We still remember skyping with these two eco tour-guides from Tanzania a year ago. They told us that with our help, they could plant millions of trees. We could hardly believe it but decided to support them..One year later, the results are incredible. So proud to be your partners.Double tap if you felt inspired to start your own planting project after hearing their story ?.#Reforestation #Treeplanting #OneTreeAtATime #1BillionTrees #Tanzania #Usambara #Africa #ClimateAction #Green #Sustainable

Posted by Friends of Usambara Society on Monday, December 4, 2017

#Repost Ecosia
We still remember skyping with these two eco tour-guides from Tanzania a year ago. They told us that with our help, they could plant millions of trees. We could hardly believe it but decided to support them.
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One year later, the results are incredible. So proud to be your partners
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Double tap if you felt inspired to start your own planting project after hearing their story ?
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#Reforestation #Treeplanting #OneTreeAtATime #1BillionTrees #Tanzania #Usambara #Africa#ClimateAction #Green #Sustainable

Free seedlings distribution to villagers is another key role FoU is attending in western Usambara. Peasants are already…

Posted by Usambara environment rescue group on Wednesday, November 22, 2017