Economic activities that can be carried out in savannah regions
Crop growing i.e. Annual/seasonal crops are grown e.g. maize, millet, groundnuts beans, and cotton due to seasonal rainfall.
The natural vegetation in the savannah consists of mainly grasslands that favour livestock rearing.
Lumbering has also been carried out in savannah from the woodlands.
The Savannah grasslands provide a natural habitat for many species of wild life which forms the basis for the tourism industry.
Due to agriculture that takes place in the savannah, development of processing and manufacturing industries has been made possible. E.g. grain mills, ginneries for cotton, milk processing plants e.t.c.
Charcoal burning and extraction of wood fuel also has been favoured in the savannah due to the existence of woodlands.
Hunting of animals has also been favoured in the savannah due to the existence of the wild animals.
Bee keeping can also survive in the savannah woodlands.