Grass Seeding: The Journey Towards Land Restoration Continues

Community members of IL Ngwesi and Lekuruki remain hopefeul that their land restoration initiative (ongoing for over 6 months ) now finally bares fruit/grass! The initial digging of semicircular bunds.  a training on grass seeding, and the establishment of micro-catchments were conducted last month with community members from Il Ngwesi and Lekuruki. The training was…

2026 – The International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists

Rangelands and pastoralism are linked to diverse ecosystems, cultures, identities, traditional knowledge and historical experience coexisting with nature. Rangelands support the livelihoods and food security of millions of people around the world and have many benefits, not only to herders, but also to other communities through biodiversity conservation, carbon sequestration and delivery of clean water.…

How Conservancies Drive the Economic and Environmental Agenda in Laikipia

The secret to securing stability within the greater Laikipia landscape and at the same time promoting the environmental management has strong and sustainable partnerships written all over it. Stakeholders working in the conservancy space within Laikipia continue to embrace the fact that a clear and collaborative approach towards conservation efforts is the key to conservation…