PRI-Kisimani Farm

Tichafa Makovere, our Project Manager:

Overall view PRI-Kisimani Farm with Permaculture Food Forest

Impression of the offices, campus and accomodations

Proposed Permaculture Design based on height chart

Ras Kisimani design on height chart

These satellite pictures from Google Earth and Bing shows how the west point of our plot has eroded. It is our intention to halt this erosion as much as possible by planting various sorts of mangroves and beach convolvulus in this area:

Erosion Ras Kisimani

List of proposed trees to be planted in our food forest and farm:

A.altilis-breadfruit

A.camansi-breadnut

A.heterophyllus-jackfruit

A.mariannensis-dugdug ( mulberry family )

Acacia-koa ( legume family )

Agathis-Pacific kauri ( timber )

Alphitonia-toi

Areca catechu-betel nut

Banana-plantain-overview

Barringtonia-cutnut

Broussonetia-paper mulberry

Citrus-citrus

Cocos nucifera-coconut

Cordia-kou

Endospermum-whitewood

Erythrina-coraltree

Fagraea-puakenikeni

Flueggea-poumuli

Gliricidia-gliricidia

Gnetum-gnetum

H.tiliaceus-beach hibiscus

Inocarpus-Tahitian chestnut

Intsia-vesi

Mangifera-mango

Metrosideros-ohia lehua

Metroxylon-sagopalm

Morinda-noni

Musa-banana plantain

P.tectorius-pandanus

Pometia pinnata-tava ( soapberry family )

Pterocarpus-narra ( legume family )

Rhizophora-AEP ( mangrove family )

Rhizophora-IWP ( mangrove family )

Samanea-raintree

Santalum-Hawaiian sandalwood

Santalum-sandalwood

Syzygium-Malay apple

T.catappa-tropical almond

T.richii-malili

Thespesia-milo

Tournefortia-tree heliotrope

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