MGU - Useful Plants Project
Project MGU-the Useful Plants Project (UPP) aims to increase the capacity of local communities to store and propagate plant species that are most useful to their wellbeing.
The Useful Plants Project in Botswana aims to help conserve plant species that are most beneficial to the wellbeing of local people.
In Kenya, the Useful Plants Project aims to enhance the ex-situ conservation of plants that are beneficial to human wellbeing. Ex-situ conservation involves conserving seeds outside their native habitat and helps to protect plant life for our future.
The Useful Plants Project in Mali aims to improve the welfare of rural communities through the use and sustainable management of selected plant species and biodiversity conservation.
The Useful Plants Project in Mexico is addressing both long and short term conservation measures for plant species from the village of San Rafael Coxcatlán.
The aim of the Useful Plants Project in the Republic of South Africa is to enhance the ex-situ conservation of plants that are beneficial to human wellbeing.
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