Monthly Archives: August 2015

In Kenya, traditional handcrafts meet conservation

beads beads and more beads… the Northern Rangelands Trust is not just about wild animals…although the area has successful populations of iconic African Wild Dogs, and rhino, but about community projects and empowerment. Look at the gorgeous craft produced by … Continue reading

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Zimbabwe Wild Dogs, Dressed for Success!

African Wildlife Conservation Fund….Dressed for Success! Have a look at our revamped vehicle for our Gonarezhou Predator Project education team. Taking wildlife to the people! Not only is the vehicle fun and exciting for the children, but it depicts much … Continue reading

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Edward Ndiritu Honoured with Wildlife Ranger Award | Northern Rangelands Trust

Edward Ndiritu Honoured with Wildlife Ranger Award | Northern Rangelands Trust. The Northern Rangelands Trust was established in 2004.   Its mission is to develop resilient community conservancies which transform people’s lives, secure peace and conserve natural resources. PLUS, More NRT news: On … Continue reading

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