Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo has planted a tree in the capital, Accra, as part of a plan to put five million trees in the ground across the country in a single day.
The Green Ghana Project is supposed to become an annual event and aims to reverse the process of deforestation.
It has been going on across the country's 16 regions and everyone from school children to judges have been taking part, it was reports.
The focus has been on people planting trees in places where they can easily maintain them, Hugh Brown from the Ghana Forestry Commission said.
In other words, people have been encouraged to put the saplings in the earth in their homes or in places like school, college and church compounds.