SEKU annual tree planting exercise

SEKU annual tree planting exercise

Trees are very important to human beings, animals and plants and are a very integral part of the ecosystem. Tree planting is also one of the most effective ways of mitigating the effects of climate change.
SEKU held its annual Tree Planting exercise earlier today at the university farm. Staff and students participated in this annual activity where a total of over 5,000 Eucalyptus clones (hybrid) tree seedlings were planting.
While leading the exercise, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Finance, Planning and Development, Prof. Muasya urged the staff and students to ensure they visit the farm regularly to see the progress of the trees planted.

04 October 2022