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Prescribed Burns – What They Might Mean For Laikipia

For years, the Mpala Research Center has hosted a long-term study on rangelands ecology, and the interface between soils, grasses and their consumption by both wildlife and livestock. The KLEE Project (Kenya Long-term Exclosure Experiment) is located on Mpala Ranch.   The work occurs mostly on “black cotton soil” dominated by the tree Acacia drepanolobium (Whistling Thorn) and a…

Mount Kenya Ewaso Water Partnership Enhancing Coordination Among Water Resource Management Stakeholders in the Region

Since its inception in late 2016, the Mt. Kenya-Ewaso Water Partnership (MKEWP) has continued to bring together water actors to solve water and water resource management problems in the Upper Ewaso Nyiro North Catchment Area. The actors range from: flower farmers, horticultural growers, WRUAs, County governments, national government agencies, researchers, civil society groups and other…