Monday, June 18, 2018

The Mau Eburu forest fence, is set to be commissioned. This was announced today by the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Forestry Keriako Tobiko, when he met the Mpesa foundation chairman Mr.Les Baillie & the Eburu forest ecosystem stakeholders at his office

The Mau Eburu forest fence is set to be commissioned. This was announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Forestry Keriako Tobiko, when he met the Mpesa Foundation chairman Mr.Les Baillie and the Eburu forest ecosystem stakeholders at his office.

The ksh.30 million project funded by the Mpesa Foundation commenced in March 2013, was jointly implemented by the Rhino Ark, the Kenya Forest Service and the Nakuru County.

Eburu forest, is an indigenous forest among the gazetted forest blocks that comprise the vast 420,000 hectares of the larger Mau forest.

According to the Kenya Forestry Service, the Eburu management plan has already been finalized and will be launched during the proposed commissioning on 15th June 2018.

Forest Management Conservations network formed in the year 2000, oversee the sustainable use of the natural Eburu forest

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