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We are an international reforestation and food security organization working in India, Haiti and Kenya. Our work in Kenya started in 2014. Our aim is to support long-term food security for people living in Samburu County, northern Kenya. We do this by growing indigenous food-bearing trees in our nursery and planting them in partnership with the local population, whilst providing them with training in permaculture, reforestation and water conservation techniques.
Volunteers come and live on our sustainable, off-the-grid, solar-powered campus. We provide them with food and accommodation. We practice an eco-friendly way of life that includes whole food veganism, alternative construction, biodegradable cleaning products, and compost toilets and we aim to be zero waste. Volunteers take part in tree planting work and also perform various maintenance tasks around the community.
We are happy to welcome volunteers here any time of the year and always have space available!
- Long-term Food Security
- Working with the Samburu Tribe
- Sustainable Living
By providing local people with indigenous food-bearing trees and showing them how to take care off them we build long-term food security and resilience against the effects of climate change in an area severely affected by malnutrition and drought.