Farmers expectations for their input in degraded forest rehabilitation in Ghana (n = 431)
A significantly fewer number of farmers mentioned other
expectations as farming tools, sharing in the benefits of trees at
maturity, employment opportunities, and contribution to Ghana’
economy (Table 3 ). .
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