Thimlich Ohinga Forest: Preserving an endangered heritage
This article gives the background of settlement of Thimlich Ohinga and the dry stone structures that exist. The preservation of these structures and the forest is this discussed, along wit the potential problems of solutions for managing the forest.
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Participatory processes, Wildlife, Community institutions, Livelihoods, Poverty, Conservation, Forests, Tourism, Income diversification, Participatory rural appraisal, Pra, Stone structures, Seedlings, Nursery, Land compensation, Ecosystem Farm/Enterprise Scale Field Scale
KEFRI/IFRI-Kenya Project Community Brief: No. 2