October 1st 2020 was an exceptional day for the institute. First of all, we transitioned from the 27-year leadership of Prof. Jürgen Pretzsch to Prof. Lukas Gießen. Our institute also changed its name to: “Chair of Tropical and International Forestry”. Second of all, we manifested one of our institute’s core philosophies – collective action –Continue reading “Discussing “Global Perspectives on Forests” at the Political Art Days Festival in Dresden”
I’m called Jjemba Bonny, an alumnus of MSc Tropical Forestry from Uganda. I completed my studies in 2019 and my research project was done on Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) in Mubende District, Uganda. FMNR is a simple land restoration technique that involves regeneration and management of trees from living stumps, roots or naturally growing seedlingsContinue reading “A pilot project on Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration in Uganda”
Current students, alumni, current and former staff members associated with the Chair of Tropical Forestry will contribute to the Panel Discussion entitled “Global Perspectives on Forests” on Thursday, October 1, 2020 starting at 6 PM in Dresden. The panel discussion servers as the opening of the annual Political Art Days Festival in Dresden, which inContinue reading “Tropical Forestry Team at the Political Art Days Festival in Dresden”
My name is Sherry Kyamagero. I come from Uganda. I am a master’s student in the international programme Tropical Forestry at the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, Technische Universität Dresden. Here are my field research experiences amid the pandemic.
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 students participating in the program.
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 two days, the project teams and the six students from Makerere University convened at theContinue reading “Participatory Innovation Platform Workshop in Uganda: sharing experiences among actors along the wood value chain”