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Monday, November 7, 2011

The Kakamega Environmental Education Program is now online

Our partner in Kakamega rainforest just launched their new website: http://www.keep-kakamega.or.ke/

The homepage of the new KEEP website
Although the pages, for now, are rather empty, this website could become a great library of information for KEEP members, partner organizations but also researcher and tourists interested in the area and all the activities and groups supported by KEEP.

The community butterfly project is a integral part of the environmental education  and conservation strategy.
KEEP has a long history of projects varying from the establishment of a butterfly farm and tree nurseries to assisting in biodiversity monitoring and primate research.

An infant Guereza Colobus asking for its mothers attention