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be worthy to include the church and mosque communities when delivering trainings and sharing responsibilities in aforestation programes. In situ forest conservation sites can be established in several of the monastery forests. Lack of Attention to Knowledge Dissemination on Forest Conservation Practices The central objectives of religious education is about dogmatic and cannonical doctrine of the church which is about what they are allowed to do and not. Many tree species surrounding religious areas have relationship with the term sacred groves in most literature. Major Threats to Church Forests in the Selected Mnasteries of North Shewa Zone This study has got experiences of the religious institution as the major contributor for forest conservation and origin of endangered species like Ackocantra schimperi, "etsezewie "etsehiwot" and etc, in north Shewa.

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This is especially the case in areas Mitak Amanuel, Abune Zena Markos and Gashu Amba Qidus Merkorios due to the proximity of the forest to urban centers where religious systems and commonly-held natural resources are exceptionally vulnerable to modernization and large-scale development. Extreme care is required in the selection of species to be introduced to minimize any impact on native species. The mean annual minimum and maximum temperature of the area is 160 and 300C respectively. The forest and their species could be used as new sources of regeneration (including via their soil seed banks). Locally Accepted Protection Guidelines for the Church Forest The successful establishment and preservation of the forests trace their roots to informal regulations and practices founded on the spritual worship. Among the invesive species lantana camara was replacing all of the shruby plant species with a very rapid is is intensified to the right of Tarmaber to Menz Guassa plains and terrains from Shewarobit to Ataye, in these areas it quickly takeover valuable grazing lands.

The selection criteria was their long residence, better knowledge of environment and natural resources and ability to articulate the functioning of religious institute on the Roots of Chinese Philosophy the forest. By protecting the forest, the people of Mitak derive many benefits in addition to the spiritual rewards of serving their faith. The height and diameter class distributions for all individuals in each studied church showed that the forests are at different secondary stages of development. Lack of Clear Demarkation of Territories of Sacred Sites and Experience Sharing According to the result of PRA, the first thing that 95 of the monastery community mentioned is the importance of demarcation to their survival and that they understand how important it. Materials and Methods, this study was conducted in North Shoa Zone, Amhara Region. Analysis of the Study Areas.2.1.