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Prince Charles plants a mango tree in Tanzania

A tree-planting project run by the Northern Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania received a helping hand from Prince Charles during his Royal visit to East Africa at the beginning of 2012. With his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, looking on approvingly, Prince Charles planted a mango tree as part of his visit to Leganga Primary School in Arusha, in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. To read the full story click here .


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ARC holds agricultural workshop in Kenya
Kenya has lost 50% of its forest cover in the last 30 years, according to a government report. That was the disturbing statistic heard by faith leaders yesterday at a workshop in sustainable agriculture and creation stewardship organised by ARC in Kijabe, Kenya, in May 2012.
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Quakers grow a low-carbon sustainable community
One Quaker Meeting is developing a rooftop herb garden. Another is redesigning its garden using permaculture methods to introduce fruit and nut trees and edible plants. A third runs a food co-operative, providing healthy food as well as cooking workshops to the community.