Tuesday 5th of June 2018, Ol Ari Nyiro
Today June 5th is WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY.🌿🐘🐾🍃.
Please -wherever you are- take the time to plant an indigenous tree!
This is an appeal particularly to the youth and the teachers and school children. I remember a Laikipia West covered by uninterrupted forest from Nyahururu to Ol Ari Nyiro.
The schools in our vicinity are planting trees and our staff at Laikipia Nature Conservancy have already done so again today!
Remember also the small pollinators and the creatures small and large that have been here since the beginning of time – and have a right of survival and respect. Our target of 10,000 trees in one year has been reached and surpassed.
Here I enclose some photo of our protected forest of Enghelesha – the only remnant of indigenous relic forest in this area and priceless for its contribution to biodiversity and curbing of global warming/climate change.
All remaining forests protect the water table and are an asset to Kenya.
We supported Tree Planting at OL MORAN DAY SECONDARY ON WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY.
Ol MORAN DAY SECONDARY
MILIMANI DAY SECONDARY
MATWIKU DAY SECONDARY
KIARIAINI DAY SECONDARY
KAMWENJE AND COLOBUS NEIGHBOURS
LAIKIPIA NATURE CONSERVANCY
LAND OF HOPE COMMUNITY PROJECT
Community at Colobus planting a Kikuyu MUU tree:
Please help us fund the rebuilding and maintaining of vital conservation infrastructure on Kuki’s Laikipia Nature Conservancy and equip the outstanding team of rangers with everything they need to continue to protect and monitor the unique Biodiversity of Ol Ari Nyiro, assist our neighbouring communities and support our re-forestation project to combat global warming by planting more indigenous trees.
With your help we can secure Kuki’s vision and legacy in perpetuity.
Please help us by making a donation below, however small or big it may be!!!