The evolution of civilization in different cultures and parts of the world indicates a strong connection between in-depth knowledge in biology and the specific culture's potential for development. Without a doubt, a healthy relationship is seen with this rule, even in other sciences, but it is particularly evident in biology, as this is so close to human health and well-being.
This focus on Entoto Natural Park with the orientation of native trees and plants reflects the intentions of this context and helps most appropriately both nature and man to develop together in a mutually reinforced relationship that resembles a type of symbiosis.
In cases where this symbiosis is successful, there is a strong connection between knowledge and respect for nature values. However, it is the man who makes the most significant profit of elevated living standards and economics, while nature follows a subordinate role that is only favoured in a longer perspective of the implications of human knowledge.
It is, therefore, the hope that Entoto Natural Park will benefit the will of education and the desire of a future in prosperity, while nature automatically receives the development of civilization by contributing to improved climate and a remarkably increased yield of crops as well as greatly enhanced freshwater reservoirs.
Activities and Recreation A Park of Serenity and Resounding Joy Entoto Natural Park is a unique place to discover the most breathtaking ancient mountain nature with streams flowing from clear springs and waterfalls. Surprises here are regular with both exciting places for relaxation and fantastic water activities. Winding streams here gently curl and are then hidden mysteriously in high stone arches. Enclosed by Junipers' fragrance, the view of the Capital opens up in delight through dizzying ravines and waterfalls. Experience the park with its ability to produce a genuine and powerful creative joy where many families can reunite and rejoice in being free from stress and regaining health and create irresistible inspiration. The possibilities for activities are very extensive, but in the centre stands the unique nature that offers a wide range of activities through the dramatic terrain. Regarding events for the physically active and sporty, there are limitations in th
The Hidden Treasure at the Mountain's Shoulder This place is the work area of many endeavours; Entoto's High plateau appears among adorable Juniper hills and dreamlike meadows. Ultimately, beyond the horizon of golden fields, this landscape of forgotten dreams reveals its southern border in the abyss Bees' Cliff (14). Here it shows very soon; the beautiful path (42) to Entoto Natural Park (Nursery) 34, where the massive work has elapsed with nature restoration for many years. Geographical Situation Addis Ababa is situated 9° north of the equator in central Ethiopia. On the mountain of Entoto, the Park area extends from the northern edge of the city, at an altitude of 2 600m and further north over the mountain crest at almost 3 100 m. From several spots, there is the splendid outlook over the sprawling city and the five high solitary mountains, in the southwest to the southeast (Menagesha, Wachecha, Furi Zukuala and Yerer). Entoto's High Plateau wi
A Garden of Health & Prosperity BACKGROUND OF THE ENTOTO-NATURAL-PARK PROJECT 1.1 The Situation (Date: 1995) The capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, lacks public parks for its growing number of citizens. At an alarming rate, the peri-urban sites are converted into town. There is no national park demonstrating Ethiopian nature in the vicinity of the capital, and the surrounding countryside contains only farmland or tree plantations. There is an urgent need for at least one significant area where the urban population can spend periods of rest in a natural, clean and unspoiled surroundings, among greenery and fresh air. 1.2 The Problem When the population density in a city increases rapidly during a short period of time, it gives immediate effects on the natural resources around the town. This is what has happened in Addis Ababa, where the massive demand for biomass as an energy source has deteriorated the peri-urban forests. Indigenous tree species hav