The Environmental Governance Institute (EGI) implemented a 15-month pilot agro-forestry project in 11 villages of Mamfe Central subdivision of Manyu Division. The project, which was funded by the Rufford Foundation, facilitated the acquisition and distribution of seedlings of high-value trees and trained community members on reforestation and conservation practices. Each village nominated a volunteer. The volunteers worked closely with a community resource person to mobilize other community members, acquire, nurse and then distribute seedlings, and also offer technical support. In this slideshow, one volunteer explains the process, challenges and benefits of having participated in the project.