|Kidmi Gestet exclosure|
|Location||Amanit municipality, in Dogu’a Tembien district, Ethiopia|
|Nearest city||Hagere Selam|
|Area||46 ha (110 acres)|
Kidmi Gestet is an exclosure located in the Dogu'a Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia.
As a general rule, cattle ranging and wood harvesting are not allowed. The grasses are harvested once yearly and taken to the homesteads of the village to feed livestock.
Setting aside such areas fits with the long-term vision of the communities were hiza’iti lands are set aside for use by the future generations. It has also direct benefits for the community:
With vegetation growth, biodiversity in this exclosure hast strongly improved: there is more varied vegetation and wildlife.