Public Perceptions and Socioeconomics of Forest Harvesting Ban in Kenya

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Forest management in Kenya has hitherto been subjected to pronouncements, professionally guided or not that have had significant impacts:

Ban on exploitation of indigenous forests – now conservation forests

Replanting of plantation estate with species whose economic value and processing were not well entrenched in Kenya – e.g Bamboo

Sending away of the entire Forestry sector professionals in the management of the forestry estate for 8 months - 2003

Total ban on harvesting of plantations for more than 10 years

Forest excisions

Enactment of the Forests Act 2005

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Public Perceptions and Socio-economics of Forest Harvesting Ban in Kenya

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