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352 Trees In A Single Day

352 Trees In A Single Day

352 Trees In A Single Day As a part of the continuous agricultural training, The Maliba Trust worked with chief Mohale and local community members and teachers at Ha Mohale with planting 352 gum trees on the 5th of February 2015.

The Bearded Vulture

The Bearded Vulture

Bearded Vulture The Bearded Vulture is an integral component of the environment, performing an essential ecological role as a scavenger. They are an economical way of disposing of carcasses and in doing so they limit the spread of disease. The Bearded Vulture is a spectacular sight in its own right, the Bearded Vulture also has spiritual & cultural values to many cultures over the centuries (Project Vulture; 2015).

Trout Farming In Lesotho An Export Success

Trout Farming In Lesotho An Export Success

Trout farming in Lesotho an export success       Roderick Macleod IF you were thinking of an ideal location on which to base a commercial fish farm, you wouldn’t necessarily think of the mountainous land-locked African nation of Lesotho(Lesotho Times; 2014) .

Salmon with Potato “Scales”

Salmon with Potato “Scales”

Salmon With Potato “Scales”     Makes 8 servings Active time 1 hour Total time 2 hours (includes chilling time) When the opportunity arises—as it did with this salmon—we can’t resist a little trompe l’oeil, a chance to have some harmless fun with our food, because, well, food is fun. And with Hanukkah being a particularly kid-friendly holiday, we know children and adults alike will get a big kick out of the edible potato “scales” that top these individual slabs…

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Things to see in Lesotho – Katse Dam

Things to see in Lesotho – Katse Dam

The Story Of Katse Dam   The Katse Dam, built high in the Maluti Mountains and named after a revered man who once lived at the site, is at the heart of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. This is the land of the “blanket people”, who ride their sturdy ponies, build picturesque houses and greet visitors with a dignified salute (Go Lesotho; 2014) .  All the major rivers of landlocked Lesotho are well-stocked with the finest trout, and with the exception of…

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