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Tanzanian and Ugandan Equator prizewinners

Tanzanian and Ugandan Equator prizewinners
 
Tea plantations along the Mbarara-Kasese Road, Bushenyi District in Uganda. sarahemcc/Wikimedia

How do you keep a gorilla out of your garden? The age-old question of living harmoniously with wild animals, especially if you are a farmer, is one that does not always have a happy answer. But for Mugabe Gregory, the chairman of Kayonza Growers Tea Factory in southwestern Uganda, the solution is simple.


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