Grass in Kampala – Garden,
Grass in Kampala – Garden, open to the public.
A tour will take you to the gardens, where the locals take the visitors along to some of the wild spaces, which take in water springs, pools and other natural habitats.
The tour also will include a tour of a village near the outskirts, including the history of the village.
‘The state has chosen to give all public lands on its land to farmers from all over the state, so I expect it to be done in next year when there are more than 15 farmers who are willing to come together to get a stake in this unique conservation issue of the year,’ says former deputy chief minister Yuleneh Rulam in a preamble of the state’s new environmental development plan.
‘The state also has given these parcels a fair share of the conservation authority’s land.’
In recent years the state has had to cut back on development as it has set up farms to help make up the shortfall.
Kampala’s landscape has also been blighted by a number of fires and disease.
But it is believed that farming will remain a key part of the district’s identity ‘because it does not have the economic power it