Trees Planted Since 2019

Asante Kingdom Land Restoration Project

(GreeNow Project)

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in partnership with Oheneba Poku Foundation has rolled out a comprehensive land restoration programme that seeks to plant over 3 million trees around river bodies in the Ashanti Kingdom for the next five years. This, according to His Royal Majesty, is his contribution towards the global fight against climate change which continues to pose a serious threat to our planet…

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Four 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


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March 25, 2020

Protect Lake Bosomtwe by planting trees

Three fringe communities on the Lake Bosomtwe Basin have embarked on a tree planting exercise as part of efforts to protect the lake. The Amakom, Adjaman and Atafram communities embarked…
November 13, 2019

Amakomhene calls on farmers to embrace smart farming

Nana Adu Mensah, the Chief of Kumasi-Amakom, has called on farmers living in communities dotted around the Bosomtwe Lake to embrace climate-smart agricultural practices to help protect the only natural…
November 7, 2019

“Do more to protect Ghana’s forests” – Asantehene urges Forestry Commission

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has urged the Forestry Commission, to step up the fight against illegal logging to protect Ghana’s forest cover from further destruction. He said much…