Itare Conservation Group member Stephen Kenduiwo looks for indigenous seeds in the forest "We are ready, willing and able to...

Itare Conservation Group member Stephen Kenduiwo looks for indigenous seeds in the forest "We are ready, willing and able to...

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Itare Conservation Group member Stephen Kenduiwo looks for indigenous seeds in the forest

"We are ready, willing and able to collaborate in terms of conversion and livelihoods, starting from this activity of planting indigenous tree seedlings and preparation of seed beds with an aim of future rehabilitation of the river beds, river banks and degraded areas of South-West Mau Forest."

"We are handicapped financially, we will need assistance in terms of potting bags, tools and fencing to protect the seedlings."

"Alongside indigenous tree seedling preparation we want to start livelihood projects like bee keeping, fisheries, sheep rearing and many other activities."

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Forests, Barks Products, Livelihoods, Mau Forest, Forest Products, Nontimber Forest Products, Community Forestry, Men, Tropical Forests, Community-based Forest Management, Narok, Kenya, KE.

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