Monthly Archives: October 2007

Maasai Mau Forest still in deep, deep, trouble

The Maasai Mau Forest covers 46,278 hectares, and is located some 17 kilometers north of Narok Town, near the world famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. It is part of the larger Mau Forest Complex, Kenya’s largest forest block and East Africa’s largest single block of closed canopy indigenous forest. Once pristine, Maasai Mau has become […]

Are YOU a tree hugger?

Dear fellow tree lovers, welcome to Kenya’s Forests. My name is Michael Gachanja, I’m the coordinator of the Kenya Forests Working Group and I’ll be telling you all about our activities. Forests are crucial to our country and its people’s well being. All sectors of our economy – water, agriculture, tourism, power and industry – […]