It is a stunningly beautiful country, with mountains, deserts, rain forests, beautiful beaches, and a vast array of wildlife and wild lands.
Kenya is one of the last places left on earth where elephants roam wild and free in natural rhythms. The earth’s richness is mirrored in the richness of the communities who have lived in harmony here for centuries.
This country is simply amazing, and must be protected. Learn more about our work in Kenya »
Tsavo Conservation Area
Due to its massive size, harsh environment and frequent drought, the land inside the protected areas provide the best possible habitat for wildlife. It is 60,000 sq kilometers of protected land that holds the largest elephant population in Kenya.
If just left alone without encroachment, Tsavo can sustain it’s wildlife forever. Learn more about our work at the Tsavo Conservation Area »
Without the people supporting us in Michigan, we would not be able to do what we do in Kenya. The group of dedicated and committed volunteers keep things moving in Michigan. In Ann Arbor, we hold local fundraising events, and visit yearly from Kenya to touch base.
Lori Bergemann, has visited schools on both coasts of the USA presenting the situation for wildlife in Kenya to the students and teachers. The power of ‘Education for Conservation’ isn’t just applicable in Kenya. People in America who understand the benefits of wildlife can help make a difference.