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Asante Kingdom Land Restoration Project is a commitment to restore and protect areas around water and river bodies.

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in partnership with Oheneba Poku Foundation has rolled out a land restoration programme to plant over 3 million trees around river bodies in the Ashanti Kingdom for the next 5 years.

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Project Phases

Bosomtwe Land Restoration

Planting of 3 million trees by 2025

Water Bodies Conservation

Protection of all major water bodies in the Kingdom.

Climate-smart Agriculture

Campaign to sustain agriculture productivity with smart practices

Partnership With Kingdoms

Partnership and replication of project in other Kingdoms

Project Stakeholders

The project is a partnership between The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and Oheneba Poku Foundation


Help Plant Trees

Can’t get your hands in the dirt? We’ll do it for you.

10 Trees

₵ 100

50 Trees

₵ 500

100 Trees

₵ 1,000

500 Trees

₵ 4,500

1000 Trees

₵ 8,000

5000 Trees

₵ 35,000

10000 Trees

₵ 65,000

50000 Trees

₵ 300,000

100000 Trees

₵ 500,000

Per annum for  5 years


Recent news on project activities, climate action, sustainable development and related sectors.

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NewsPress Release
April 28, 2021

Government marks rivers and forest reserves as “Red Zones” for mining

Government has marked river bodies and forest reserves as "no go areas" for mining as it enhanced its resolve to ending galamsey. Mr Samuel Abu Jinapor, the Minister of Lands…
Press ReleaseSupportTree Planting
April 25, 2021

Earth Day 2021 – US Ambassador supports Otumfuo to protect Lake Bosomtwe

The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie S. Sullivan, on Thursday joined Asanteman to plant trees along the buffer of Lake Bosomtwe at Ankaase in the Bosomwe District to mark…
Press Release
April 1, 2021

Destruction of Trees At Pipie

Pipie No. 2 is in the Bosomtwe District and is one of the 22 communities with a common shoreline on Lake Bosomtwe. The community suffers from excessive erosion, low rainfall,…

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