Olive trees in the desert

Researchers at the Faculty of Agriculture at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem have confirmed that planting ten of thousands of olive trees in arid areas in Israel is highly beneficial. The trees require little water, protect animals and birds, reduce CO2, discourage jackals and make excellent olive oil.

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