On Saturday, the 3rd July 2021, we hosted a group of volunteers for an environmental exploratory educational session that culminated in pulling out Parthenium weed at Silole Sanctuary.
Pollution in protected areas is a major problem threatening the prosperity of biodiversity. The challenge intensifies in areas where heavy human traffic is witnessed. It is worse during this era of a global pandemic that has grounded many to domestic tourism.
On the 24th of November 2020, we partnered with the Indigenous Women and Girls Initiative to create sensitization on adopting agroecology and growing trees as viable mechanisms for adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change. It was held in Kisonei Baringo County.
Plastic pollution in protected areas is still a significant problem despite Kenya’s ban on plastic carrier bags in 2017 and the ban on manufacturing and importing single-use plastics that took effect on 5th June 2020.
Our team participated in a park reforesting exercise at the Nairobi National Park, an activity organized by the KWS and ICRC on Saturday the 17th October 2020
As part of our Mazingira Mtaani initiative to sensitize more people on the importance of environmental conservation and the fundamental value of growing trees, Enviro Wild spearheaded a productive discussion while planting trees with the staff and the visitors of Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp on 31st October 2020 within the yards of the camp. The…
Tree Nursery Nursery- Enviro Wild Enviro Wild established a small tree nursery in Kukwembei Village of Baringo County, run by volunteers and young kids from within the village. The trees are mainly exotic and fruit trees. Tree growing at Holy family Ngetmoi Catholic Church Tree growing exercise at Ngetmoi catholic On 23rd September 2020, Enviro…