Australian agronomist Tony Rinaudo is turning African deserts into forests

Author:
Nicola Heath
Date:
September 5, 2022
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What drives us to try and make a difference in the world? Tony Rinaudo was almost to the point of quitting when a simple prayer opened his eyes to see a solution. With the challenges of a desert landscape, Tony found the key to reforestation.

"By the side of a road in a desert in Niger, Tony Rinaudo had the eureka moment that would change not only his life but the lives of millions of people in West Africa and beyond."

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-24/tony-rinaudo-forest-maker-fmnr-land-regeneration-africa/101189330

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