An estimated of one-third of all commercially produced food is the result of insect pollination. The forest therefore provides pollination and bio-control services to local agriculture.
The forest cover is important for erosion control, particularly on the slopes.
CARBON SEQUESTRATION SERVICES
Atewa serves as a terrestrial carbon sink due to the storage of huge amounts of carbon in trees, plant biomas and forest soil.
The forest houses some major waterfalls and pools in the country.
The forest provides shelter for various kinds of wildlife habitats
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