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Category: Excursion


Trip to Municipal Forest Enterprise of Zittau

We were fortunate enough to have an outdoor field trip in these strange and trying times. Well, obviously, things were not normal this time around. We had to be concerned not only about previsit preparation and the trip itself, but…

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Excursion to the “Urban Gardens” as the beginning of the module “Urban Forestry in the Tropics”

The Book “Urban Tree Management: For the Sustainable Development of Green Cities” mentions about the name Höhenluft I, which is one over 370 allotment garden complexes in Dresden. This allotment gardens are not only famous for its variable benefits over…

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SUTROFOR Field Course Experience in Uganda

The Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR) program Joint Summer Module took place in western Uganda, on the outskirts of the Budongo Forest Reserve (BFR). I am Heath Peter Jorgenson and I am happy to share my experience as one of the…

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Participatory Innovation Platform Workshop in Uganda: sharing experiences among actors along the wood value chain

On February last year, the WoodCluster partners from the collaborating Universities; Hawassa University (Ethiopia); Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania)  and TU Dresden (Germany), met in Uganda  for the Participatory Innovation Platform (PIP) workshop and field visits in Mubende district. For…

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Visit of allotment gardens in Dresden – an excursion report

I am Pooja Debnath from Bangladesh. I am a student of Tropical Forestry at the TU Dresden. Before coming to Dresden, I heard that Dresden is a city of natural beauty and the people of this city gives priority to…

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Woodlot inventory group: The field study conducted from 3 woodlots at Chefasine Village

As part of the 2nd WoodCluster Field School in Ethiopia, the Woodlot inventory group set out to do inventories for Eucalyptus plantations from Chefasine Kebele (village) and to capture the variations in the wood from the different woodlots owned by…

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