• Wildlife Conservation

    Large mammals in Laikipia County are both diverse and numerous, perhaps more so than almost anywhere in East Africa…

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  • Forest Management

    The Laikipia region has a number of forests rich in biodiversity with tree species ranging from cedar, podo, olive, sandalwood and Prunus africana…

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  • Water Resources Management

    Laikipia is physically diverse, scenically spectacular and holds the second largest density of wildlife in Kenya after the Masai Mara…

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  • Peace & Security

    The LWF operates a VHF radio network which is available to all land owners and land users in Laikipia District, that are members of the Forum…

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  • Tourism

    Set against the backdrop of Mt Kenya, Laikipia is one of the most important areas for biodiversity in Kenya, and has abundant and diverse wildlife…

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  • Conservation Enterprise

    Laikipia is physically diverse with open grasslands, basalt hills and dense forests. It is also rich in wildlife and supports many domestic herds…

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  • Rangeland Management

    The Laikipia County occupies a wild and expansive landscape (9,500km²), physically diverse and scenically spectacular; with grasslands, hills and forests…

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Conservation in Laikipia supports more than wildlife –
it supports a way of life

Laikipia Wildlife Forum (LWF) is committed to bettering the lives of people through supporting and generating livelihoods, while securing sustainable access to essential natural resources. As a dynamic, membership-led conservation organisation, LWF provides a platform for dialogue for a cross section of land owners and land users including local community groups, private ranchers, pastoralists, small scale farmers and tourism ventures.

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