Difference between forest and forestry

A forest is a collection of trees, shrubs, grasses, herbs, mosses, fungi, or a large piece of land covered by either one or more specimen of trees that grows naturally or planted whereas forestry is the science of developing, managing, and protecting existing forests, in an effort to conserve them in their original form.

Reasons for managing and conserving the environment

environment management is effective planning and control of processes and activities that would cause deterioration of the environment so as to achieve effective utilization environment conservation on the other hand is the protection and preservation of natural resources from destruction and wastage by careful use of the environment for continued utilization The following are reasons …

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Objectives of Kainji dam project

 The Kainji dam project is located in the northwestern part of Nigeria across the Niger river at Kainji. The project was opened in 1969 and lies in a remote, thinly populated, and very poor part of Nigeria. The dam is 66 meters high and 55 meters long and has produced a man-made lake behind it …

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