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Seedling Survival Levels Under Plantation Establishment For Livelihood Improvement Scheme And Implications For Conservation Of Mt. Elgon Natural Forest Ecosystem, Kenya
Plantation Establishment for Livelihood Improvement Scheme (PELIS) is an incentive system anchored in the Kenya's Forest Management and Conservation Act of 2016. It allows local communities to use forestlands for food crop production while supporting forest establishment phase. Mixed tree-crop farming may benefit or harm planted trees. Forest plantations are being established using PELIS to protect Mt Elgon natural forest as a critical conservation area in East Africa. We assessed the success of this afforestation system, using tree seedling survival as an indicator in three Stations around Mt Elgon: Saboti, Kimothon and Kaberwa.
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