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Most rural communities in Ghana have protected places because they are considered sacred, unique, or were recognized as aesthetically beautiful. The Bia Conservation Landscape is made up of both reserved and off-reserve lands. While the ownership of the reserved areas is vested in the President of Ghana, the Sefwi Traditional Stool exercises jurisdiction over the off-reserve areas. The Sefwi landscape is one of the few where Western and traditional religious practices are given equalfatcat:c2kmpev43vdxrfirzsdnh54soi