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Sebastian's Photo Journal from Tanzania
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Photographs from Tanzania showing the African Blackwood Conservation Project in action.
These photographs document the conservation work of Sebastian Chuwa
during the year 1999. See photos from 1992 to early 1997 here.
See photos from late 1997 through 1998 here. See more photos from 1999 here.
Click on a thumbnail image to view a larger version of the image--image download size in ( ).
On the resulting page, click the image to come back to this index.
You may also view a thumbnail index to all of Sebastian's photos which links to a
slide show containing his full photo library. (This is a large download, ~400kb)
Photo credits--Sebastian Chuwa, 2000.


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37. The head teacher of Mijongweni Primary School receiving his membership certificate at the opening day ceremony of the new Mijongweni Malihai and Mpingo Club - Oct. 1999. (34k)

thmb_seba38.jpg (4137 bytes) 38. Villager receiving his certificate - Oct. 1999. (25k)
thmb_seba39.jpg (4330 bytes) 39. At a dinner ending the celebration of the founding of the Mijongweni Mpingo and Malihai Club, Village Chairman Mr. Musa declared his support of planting mpingo and other rare species in their village - Oct. 1999. (23k)
thmb_seba40.jpg (5279 bytes) 40. Chairman of the village, Mr. Musa planting mpingo tree to mark the celebration of the opening of the Malihai and Mpingo Club at Mijongweni Primary School - Oct. 1999. (35k)
thmb_seba41.jpg (5070 bytes) 41. New members of the Mijongweni Primary School Mpingo and Malihai Club - Oct. 1999. (27k)
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42. Children performing traditional dance at opening ceremonies of the Mijongweni Primary School Mpingo and Malihai Club - Oct. 1999. (28k)

thmb_seba43.jpg (4928 bytes) 43. Meeting of Mpingo Women's Group sub-committee at Kikavu Chini, south of Moshi. These women have committted to growing firewood trees and mpingos and have started a tree nursery, as well as working to establish bee hives for their village. ABCP is helping sponsor their environmental programs for their village - Nov. 1999. (32k)
thmb_seba44.jpg (4780 bytes) 44. Sebastian and Edmund measuring mpingo trees after one year's growth in the Moshi Mpingo Plot. These trees were transplanted when at the age of approximately 15 months one year earlier - Dec. 1999. (33k)
thmb_seba45.jpg (4477 bytes) 45. Sebastian measuring diameter of mpingo trees after one year's growth in Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 1999. (32k)
thmb_seba46.jpg (4365 bytes) 46. Sebastian and Edmund measuring diameter of 1998 mpingo transplants at breast height (DBH), a standard forester's measure of tree size - Dec. 1999. (28k)
thmb_seba47.jpg (3958 bytes) 47. Sebastian and Edmund measuring height of 1998 mpingo transplants at Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 1999. (27k)
thmb_seba48.jpg (4604 bytes) 48. Sebastian measuring mpingo saplings at Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 1999.  (32k)
thmb_seba49.jpg (4561 bytes) 49. Sebastian measuring mpingo height with long row of mpingo transplants from Dec. 1998 stretching behind him - Dec. 1999. (31k)
thmb_seba50.jpg (4174 bytes) 50. Mpingo club volunteer measuring very fast-growing mpingo saplings at the Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 1999. (26k)
thmb_seba51.jpg (4325 bytes) 51. Offloading mpingo seedlings from the nursery to the Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 9, 1999. (28k)
thmb_seba52.jpg (5089 bytes) 52. Young Mpingo Club volunteer transplants mpingo seedlings from the nursery into the ground at the Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 12, 1999. (38k)
thmb_seba53.jpg (4133 bytes) 53. Transplanting more mpingo seedlings into Moshi Mpingo Plot - Dec. 12, 1999. (30k)

 

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