Plant resources used for subsistence in Tsehlanyane and Bokong in Lesotho
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The communities of Tsehlanyane and Bokong depend on subsistence agriculture and harvesting natural resources for a variety of needs. These areas have the longest history of conservation placed by a local traditional authority in Lesotho. The researchers conducted a survey that was aimed at making an inventory of resources, that will be affected by the establishment of a biosphere reserve linking the Tsehlanyane National Park and the Bokong Nature Reserve.