On Friday, hundreds of residents from communities surrounding the Gba Community Forest in Western Nimba trooped into the forest to watch two elephants that reportedly crossed over from neighboring Guinea.
The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority has announced a partnership with the U.K.-based Environmental Justice Foundation to ensure more sustainable, legal, and equitable fisheries in Liberia.
The Ministry of Public Works has put out a notice requesting proposals for the construction of a 3.5 km road to Bali Island.
The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority has announced that Liberia will soon begin its first-ever comprehensive independent national fisheries stock assessment.
Several towns and villages in Bong are experiencing infestations from caterpillars, a situation that is negatively affecting farming communities.
Three Sinoe communities are threatening to terminate their contract with a logging company for failing to adhere to an agreement to provide the communities with benefits.
Sinoe’s Sen. Milton Teahjay says he wants national and international partners to provide alternative livelihood opportunities for forest-dependent communities across Liberia.
At least four major government facilities in Voinjama have been damaged by a heavy rainstorm, displacing numerous government offices within the county capital.