The Environmental Protection Agency has held a Natural Resource Management workshop in River Cess, aimed at discussing community rights, lowland farming and aquaculture, and the relationship between the people and the forest.
Ellen B. Howe, Harper City’s new mayor, has pledged to work with the community to clean up the town.
Three cities in Nimba are expected to receive US$84,000 worth of supplies from a USAID-funded project to assist with waste management.
A violent storm has hit the building hosting Radio Gee, destroying the roof and major broadcasting equipment of the community radio station.
The Liberian Coast Guard has arrested a popular fishing vessel for trespassing. The arrest was made on March 13 with assistance from the activist group, Sea Shepherd.
The Community Forestry Development Committee of Forest Management Contract Area K has completed the construction of a guest house in Upper River Cess, using income provided to the community through logging fees.
Violent storms have damaged several public facilities and dwelling homes in Gbarnga, Bong.
Representatives from communities affected by the logging activities of the EJ&J Investment Corporation met on Saturday, February 24 to determine how to spend funds recently provided by the logging company.