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This month we celebrate 25 years of the formal registration of the Laikipia Wildlife Forum. Established in 1992, the Forum has continued to work towards a productive and robust Upper Ewaso landscape that supports livelihoods and healthy populations of all types of wildlife.
Conservation farming seems to be the perfect solution. Conservation farming is an approach in which soil management practices are reduced to a minimum, thus preserving the soil properties and natural biodiversity.
Collaboration with Experts Helps the LTA to Deliver Membership Benefits
One of the benefits of the Laikipia Tourism Association is that we continually seek to grow our members’ capacity by providing them with access to training, tools, and technologies that support sustainable tourism.
Kenyas’ Wildlife Census Indicates Some Population Growth
Kenya wildlife conservation agencies were applauded by the President during this ceremony. With special acknowledgement to the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, the Kenya Wildlife Service, and community led conservation entities.
Ontulili Primates Protection Celebrate World Primates Day
On the 1st of September 2021, Ontulili Primates Protection commemorated World Primates Day. The objective of the event was to enforce the need to conserve the habitats for primates and co-existence. OPP is a women’s group dedicated to the protection of monkeys and other primates along the river.
Laikipia Forum A Focal Point for Conservation Dialog in the Greater Laikipia Landscape
The Forum is a coalition of the willing – those dedicated to natural resource conservation and management in the landscape in various ways. The Forum becomes a platform for discussion, resolution, advocacy and action on common natural resource issues in the landscape. Article continues here
Thank You for Your Service, General Waweru
After 17 years of dedicated service as the Laikipia Wildlife Forum Board Chair, Rt. Major-General Peter Waweru, is leaving the Forum’s chair position. Major-General Waweru showed true consistency and constancy in his dedication to see the Forum prosper as a Natural Resource conservation hub of choice.