Department of Parks & Gardens

The department, established in 1961, is responsible for the development of nation’s landscape and the preservation and beautification of the environment.

The functions are:

  • To promote landscape beautification of built and natural environment and collaborate with MMDAs to develop programmes for floral beautification of cities and towns.
  • To acquire lands to establish public parks and promote ecotourism to generate revenue for Assemblies and jobs for the youth.
  • Pursue actions to combat the effects of global warming by promoting a national tree planting campaign involving all stakeholders.
  • Collaborate with the Botany Department of the University of Ghana and other stakeholders to document the country’s flora, to develop and maintain a national information facility for sharing digital biodiversity data,
  • Initiate programmes to identify threatened economic and ornamental plants for multiplication and conservation. In addition, the department will promote public education on their conservation and importance of plants for human survival.
  • Concentrate on the conservation of threatened plants and restoration of plants diversity as well as communicating its importance under the Global strategy for plants conservation programme.

7 months ago

Department of Parks and Gardens

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2 years ago

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2 years ago

Department of Parks and Gardens

Happy😀Happy BirthDate🎂🎁to you👉Sir!
Mr.👨‍💼 Ishmael Nii Adjei BROWNE the Director of Department of Parks and Gardens

Sir, GOD Bless your New Age with Mooooore of HIS Grace👼

The whole Staff body wishes you Every #BeSt💋👌
in your Endeavours

#Psalm 91:16🙏😇
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3 years ago

Department of Parks and Gardens

Day Two(2) - Saturday, 17th December, 2016
Training Program for the Beneficiaries of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) Youth in Greening Ghana Module in collaboration with the Department of Parks and Gardens at the Aburi Botanic Gardens, Horticultural School
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