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Photo credit and copyright PiPaxton Images Image copyright and courtesy of Paxton Images Why tree-planting is so important December 29th Tree-Planting at Lolgorien Police Station Happy New Year! Valentine’s Day Tree-Planting at Enkereri Primary School Tree-Planting Day at Kiletien Primary School WELL DONE EVERYONE!  Please check this page regularly as it will be updated often with information about events and training programs. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about any of our events. There are many more pictures on our Chake Facebook Page! Chake Community Development Program and Chake Conservancy Masai Mara  are so Proud of our Founder  Charles Kinara who spent 2 days out of his crazy schedule to attend the Honorary Warden Certification Ceremony in NAROK.. Seen here with other Newly Honored Wardens and Our Very own Female Warrior Officer from Kenyan Wildlife Services. We continue to be under tremendous pressure from Covid Restrictions and its important to keep our Wonderful Volunteer Rangers and our Founder in good spirits. Lets show these guys some Love and Good Support. Charles Kinara Made Honorary Warden  Donate here to plant a tree or buy a Voluntary Ranger some Boots. We really need warm jackets and sleeping bags..  https://chakecdpro.webs.com/donate Or Gofundme me still available for Rangers. https://www.gofundme.com/.../chake-conservancy.../donate Our website for info about who we are.. It's not interactive but informative  https://chakeconservancy.org/ Asante Sana! Dankie! Thank you  Tree Planting Day at Angata Police Station Very Successful!  Let's conserve our environment, together we protect our mother earth. Please view (and like and share?) more images of this event on our Facebook Page here Tree Planting Day at Enkoiperriae Primary School A Great Success!  The tree planting day at Enkoiperriae primary school was a very great success as all students participated. Teachers and BOM also participated. Please view (and like and share?) more images of this event on our Facebook Page here Happy Jamhuri (Independence) Day 2021!  Kenyan National Republic Day (Jamhuri day 12/12/21 ) was celebrated in style at Angata DO'S office where Chiefs, ASTU police officers and the Chake Conservancy team planted trees to celebrate 2021 jamhuri day!  This is one of the most important national holidays in Kenya, observed on December 12, it celebrates the date of the country’s admittance in 1964 into the Commonwealth as a republic and takes its name from the Swahili word jamhuri (“republic”); Kenya obtained its independence from Great Britain  on Dec. 12th 1963. In addition to planting, we talked a lot on the importance of trees, how to protect our wildlife, how to report cases of human wildlife conflicts, poaching and general security as we end the year. We at Chake conservancy are very proud to be associated with our administrators and police officers. We shall work more together to make our country green!   View 24 more images of this event on Chake Conservancy Facebook Page.   The tree planting event at Lolgorian police station on December 29th was very successful. We managed to plant 200 trees and rain helped water the saplings.  We're happy that our police officers headed by the OCS Mr. Mwangangi joined us, the Olepoipoi chief, Kws community scouts from Angata and Masurura joined the Chake conservancy team.  Thanks for your cooperation and support. Our valentine day celebration on our beloved earth in Masai land in Kenya was done at Enkereri primary school. We had good moments with students and teachers while conserving our environment. We managed to plant 350 trees at the school compound. In attendance was school teachers, area chief, students and Chake conservancy team. We're proud to be associated with Kws, Kenya forest service, Masai Mara Rotary Club Of Maasai Mara Narok, Kenya, Julie Desmond, Charles Paxton, kosen safaris. Our tree planting day at KILETIEN primary school which was done on 02/03/2022 was very successful. We managed to plant one hundred indiginous trees. This event was made successful by the senior teacher Mr Peter Sang in collaboration with Chake conservancy team.  Let's all conserve our environment. We feel happy to be under the shade when its hot, we breath fresh air from our trees etc. The greening schools program is still ongoing! Today the 7th March 2022 Chake conservancy team moved to Oloshur primary school at Nyakweri region to plant trees. Our aim is to conserve our environment, keep the environment green, teach our young ones about wildlife and wildlife clubs and create awareness to the community on the importance of protecting fauna and flora. Help us do more. Chake is still at your service to protect our Kenyan environment. Tree-Planting Day at Oloshur Primary School March 7th 2022  WELL DONE EVERYONE! WELL DONE EVERYONE!
We were happy to do a tree planting event with students and teachers. We agreed to start a wildlife club at the school! As reforestation and education is key to regreening the Mara please donate to sponsor a tree. We have over 3000 followers but less than 0.5 per cent ever donate. Please spend US$ 10. 00 or more if you can and help us Reforest! Without trees we can not exist. Trees provide food and shelter for the animals. Trees provide Birds with nesting areas. Asante Sana! Donate directly here please https://chakecdpro.webs.com/donate Or here on GoFundMe https://www.gofundme.com/.../chake-conservancy.../donate
Chake Conservancy Masai Mara celebrated World Environment Day at OLOLMONG primary school and managed to plant 200 trees!
WELL DONE EVERYONE!
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
Please check this page regularly as it will be updated often with information about events and training programs. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about any of our events. There are many more pictures on our Chake Facebook Page!
Image copyright and courtesy of Paxton Images
Chake Community Development Program and Chake Conservancy Masai Mara are so Proud of our Founder Charles Kinara who spent 2 days out of his crazy schedule to attend the Honorary Warden Certification Ceremony in NAROK.. Seen here with other Newly Honored Wardens and Our Very own Female Warrior Officer from Kenyan Wildlife Services. We continue to be under tremendous pressure from Covid Restrictions and its important to keep our Wonderful Volunteer Rangers and our Founder in good spirits. Lets show these guys some Love and Good Support.

Charles Kinara Made Honorary Warden

Donate here to plant a tree or buy a Voluntary Ranger some Boots. We really need warm jackets and sleeping bags.. https://chakecdpro.webs.com/donate Or Gofundme me still available for Rangers. https://www.gofundme.com/.../chake-conservancy.../donate Our website for info about who we are.. It's not interactive but informative https://chakeconservancy.org/ Asante Sana! Dankie! Thank you

Tree Planting Day at Angata Police Station Very

Successful!

Let's conserve our environment, together we protect our mother earth.

Tree Planting Day at Enkoiperriae

Primary School A Great Success!

The tree planting day at Enkoiperriae primary school was a very great success as all students participated. Teachers and BOM also participated.
Kenyan National Republic Day (Jamhuri day 12/12/21 ) was celebrated in style at Angata DO'S office where Chiefs, ASTU police officers and the Chake Conservancy team planted trees to celebrate 2021 jamhuri day! This is one of the most important national holidays in Kenya, observed on December 12, it celebrates the date of the country’s admittance in 1964 into the Commonwealth as a republic and takes its name from the Swahili word jamhuri (“republic”); Kenya obtained its independence from Great Britain on Dec. 12th 1963. In addition to planting, we talked a lot on the importance of trees, how to protect our wildlife, how to report cases of human wildlife conflicts, poaching and general security as we end the year. We at Chake conservancy are very proud to be associated with our administrators and police officers. We shall work more together to make our country green! View 24 more images of this event on Chake Conservancy Facebook Page.

Happy Jamhuri (Independence) Day 2021!

The tree planting event at Lolgorian police station on December 29th was very successful. We managed to plant 200 trees and rain helped water the saplings.  We're happy that our police officers headed by the OCS Mr. Mwangangi joined us, the Olepoipoi chief, Kws community scouts from Angata and Masurura joined the Chake conservancy team.  Thanks for your cooperation and support. December 29th Tree-Planting at Lolgorien Police Station Happy New Year! Image copyright and courtesy of Pixabay Our valentine day celebration on our beloved earth in Masai land in Kenya was done at Enkereri primary school. We had good moments with students and teachers while conserving our environment. We managed to plant 350 trees at the school compound. In attendance was school teachers, area chief, students and Chake conservancy team. We're proud to be associated with Kws, Kenya forest service, Masai Mara Rotary Club Of Maasai Mara Narok, Kenya, Julie Desmond, Charles Paxton, kosen safaris. Valentine’s Day Tree-Planting at Enkereri Primary School
Our tree planting day at KILETIEN primary school which was done on 02/03/2022 was very successful. We managed to plant one hundred indigenous trees. This event was made successful by the senior teacher Mr Peter Sang in collaboration with Chake conservancy team. Let's all conserve our environment. We feel happy to be under the shade when its hot, we breath fresh air from our trees etc.
Tree-Planting Day at Kiletien Primary School
The greening schools program is still ongoing! Today the 7th March 2022 Chake conservancy team moved to Oloshur primary school at Nyakweri region to plant trees. Our aim is to conserve our environment, keep the environment green, teach our young ones about wildlife and wildlife clubs and create awareness to the community on the importance of protecting fauna and flora. Help us do more. Chake is still at your service to protect our Kenyan environment. Tree-Planting Day at Oloshur Primary School March 7th 2022
WELL DONE EVERYONE!
We were happy to do a tree planting event with students and teachers. We agreed to start a wildlife club at the school! As reforestation and education is key to regreening the Mara please donate to sponsor a tree. We have over 3000 followers but less than 0.5 per cent ever donate. Please spend US$ 10. 00 or more if you can and help us Reforest! Without trees we can not exist. Trees provide food and shelter for the animals. Trees provide Birds with nesting areas. Asante Sana! Donate directly here please https://chakecdpro.webs.com/donate Or here on GoFundMe https://www.gofundme.com/.../chake-conservancy.../donate
Chake Conservancy Masai Mara celebrated World Environment Day at OLOLMONG primary school … and managed to plant 200 trees!
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
Please check this page regularly as it will be updated often with information about events and training programs. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about any of our events. There are many more pictures on our Chake Facebook Page!
Chake Community Development Program and Chake Conservancy Masai Mara  are so Proud of our Founder  Charles Kinara who spent 2 days out of his crazy schedule to attend the Honorary Warden Certification Ceremony in NAROK.. Seen here with other Newly Honored Wardens and Our Very own Female Warrior Officer from Kenyan Wildlife Services. We continue to be under tremendous pressure from Covid Restrictions and its important to keep our Wonderful Volunteer Rangers and our Founder in good spirits. Lets show these guys some Love and Good Support. Charles Kinara Made  Honorary Warden  Donate here to plant a tree or buy a Voluntary Ranger some Boots. We really need warm jackets and sleeping bags..  https://chakecdpro.webs.com/donate Or Gofundme me still available for Rangers. https://www.gofundme.com/.../chake-conservancy.../donate Our website for info about who we are.. It's not interactive but informative  https://chakeconservancy.org/ Asante Sana! Dankie! Thank you  Tree Planting Day at Angata Police Station Very Successful!  Let's conserve our environment, together we protect our mother earth. Please view (and like and share?) more images  of this event on our Facebook Page here Tree Planting Day at Enkoiperriae Primary School A Great Success!  The tree planting day at Enkoiperriae primary school was a very great success as all students participated. Teachers and BOM also participated. Please view (and like and share?) more images of this  event on our Facebook Page here  Kenyan National Republic Day (Jamhuri day 12/12/21 ) was celebrated in style at Angata DO'S office where Chiefs, ASTU police officers and the Chake Conservancy team planted trees to celebrate 2021 jamhuri day!  This is one of the most important national holidays in Kenya, observed on December 12, it celebrates the date of the country’s admittance in 1964 into the Commonwealth as a republic and takes its name from the Swahili word jamhuri (“republic”); Kenya obtained its independence from Great Britain  on Dec. 12th 1963. In addition to planting, we talked a lot on the importance of trees, how to protect our wildlife, how to report cases of human wildlife conflicts, poaching and general security as we end the year. We at Chake conservancy are very proud to be associated with our administrators and police officers. We shall work more together to make our country green!   View 24 more images of this event on Chake Conservancy Facebook Page.   Happy Jamhuri  Day 2021! Why tree-planting is so important
The tree planting event at Lolgorian police station on December 29th was very successful. We managed to plant 200 trees and rain helped water the saplings. We're happy that our police officers headed by the OCS Mr. Mwangangi joined us, the Olepoipoi chief, Kws community scouts from Angata and Masurura joined the Chake conservancy team. Thanks for your cooperation and support.
Our valentine day celebration on our beloved earth in Masai land in Kenya was done at Enkereri primary school. We had good moments with students and teachers while conserving our environment. We managed to plant 350 trees at the school compound. In attendance was school teachers, area chief, students and Chake conservancy team. We're proud to be associated with Kws, Kenya forest service, Masai Mara Rotary Club Of Maasai Mara Narok, Kenya, Julie Desmond, Charles Paxton, kosen safaris.
Valentine’s Day Tree-Planting at Enkereri Primary School
Our tree planting day at KILETIEN primary school which was done on 02/03/2022 was very successful. We managed to plant one hundred indigenous trees. This event was made successful by the senior teacher Mr Peter Sang in collaboration with Chake conservancy team. Let's all conserve our environment. We feel happy to be under the shade when its hot, we breathe fresh air from our trees etc.
Tree-Planting Day at Kiletien Primary School
The greening schools program is still ongoing! Today the 7th March 2022 Chake conservancy team moved to Oloshur primary school at Nyakweri region to plant trees. Our aim is to conserve our environment, keep the environment green, teach our young ones about wildlife and wildlife clubs and create awareness to the community on the importance of protecting fauna and flora. Help us do more. Chake is still at your service to protect our Kenyan environment.
Tree-Planting Day at Oloshur Primary School March 7th 2022
WELL DONE EVERYONE!
Chake Conservancy Masai Mara celebrated World Environment Day at OLOLMONG primary school and managed to plant 200 trees!
Chake Conservancy Masai Mara celebrated World Environment Day at OLOLMONG primary school and managed to plant 200 trees!