The County plans to implement over 120 water projects across the county this financial year and distribute water to over 75 per cent of residents in the next 5 years.
Kenyans with Solar Panels to Bank Energy in Kenya Power System
Shares 117 Kenyans and businesses that have installed solar systems will soon be able to store extra energy generated into the Kenya Power system for
13.5 Tonnes of Seized Sandalwood Destroyed
The woods which are extracted from endangered species of trees around the country’s forests were seized during various sting operations in Samburu County.
Charcoal Ban Imposed In Elgeyo Marakwet
With charcoal burning a major source of employment and income for many, the county boss is now advising those that have been involved in the business to register for the cash crop program.
Make Use Of County Tourism Attraction Sites, Barorot Urges Residents
Uasin Gishu Tourism and Wildlife Director Margaret Ayabei on her part listed a number of tourist attraction sites that locals should consider visiting.
All You Need To Know About Crane Ringing
Ringing is done to the crane chicks for various reasons, among them monitoring the movement and activities of the birds’ like how long they live and when and where they move.
Elgeyo Marakwet County Seals Partnership to Sink Boreholes in Rimoi
The investor is keen on environmental conservation in water catchments and will also help in tree planting activities as well as irrigation and establishing a Fire station that will be helpful in containing wildfires.
Egerton University Gets Ksh2m from KCB for Mau-Egerton Cross-country
This was announced on January 20, 2023, during the Launch of Mau-Egerton cross-country at the ARC Hotel.
Wetlands Encroachment Hindrance to Cranes’ Breeding in Kenya – International Crane Foundation
According to International Cranes Foundation (ICF) East Africa Researcher and Specialist Maurice Ogoma, Cranes breed in wetlands, but with increasing agricultural activities in the areas, it puts their existence at a risk.
‘Diaper Wearing’ Musician Joins Calls for Kenyans to Plant Trees
Getumbe has been moving around urban areas within the North Rift and Western Kenya, sensitizing Kenyans on the need to view adults that bed wet as other human beings.