Villagers plant mangroves to curb coastal erosion

Naividamu villagers plant mangroves along a section of the village's coastline. Picture: SUPPLIED

IN an effort to mitigate the effects of coastal erosion and sea water intrusion, villagers of Naividamu in Macuata undertook a mangrove planting program along their coastline recently. Villagers are targeting to transplant as many mangroves they can for the remainder of this year. Naividamu Village headman Tomasi Moli said mangrove seedlings were collected from […]

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