The World famous David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Seedballskenya.com have partnered in seeding deforested areas of the Tsavo ecosystem. Seedballs are delivered on foot, from vehicles and by aircraft into areas where trees have been removed to the extent that self-seeding is critically impaired.
"Through determined efforts from the Aerial Unit with prompt and consistent follow-up from our teams on the ground, we have been able to stifle charcoal-burning activities in Gazi almost completely. As has been mentioned in previous reports, the connection between charcoal burning and poaching has always been known, but the true extent of that relationship has only recently been revealed. To mitigate the damage that has already been done by charcoal burning, we have partnered with Seedballs Kenya to distribute thousands of indigenous seeds encased in a biochar delivery system to ensure high rates of germination."
Big Life Foundation partners with Seedballskenya in a seeds for Seedballs co-operative arrangement. They are one of our trusted donor partners for the Donate Seedballs campaign.
Tawi Lodge is a Gold rated Eco-lodge in Amboseli. They are actively spreading Seedballs within their conservancy as part of their environmental restoration programme.
Kilima Camp is a Gold rated Eco-lodge based in the Masai Mara. Kilima is active in tree regeneration using Acacia Seedballs within their watershed.
Amy Sandys-Lumsdaine is a supporting member of the Seedballs Kenya Team.
The amazing Vintage Air Rally adopted Seedballskenya.com as part of their environmental greening initiative - "aerial seedbombing".
The Talisman Restaurant in Karen, Nairobi have been active supporters and promoters of the Seedballs Kenya Initiative
Tropic Air are actively involved indistribution of Seedballs over areas of the Laikipia Plateau and The Northern Rangelands Trust.
We would like to thank all our partners who are involved in the Seedballs Kenya initiative. Without your support there would be far fewer trees growing in Kenya.
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The Safari Collection owns a portfolio of four luxury boutique camps and lodges in the finest locations in Kenya. They are helping regenerate the environment with Seedballs.
Cottar's Camp Safaris are helping to restore the environment throughout their wildlife conservancies using Seedballs. They are one of our trusted donor partners for the Donate Seedballs campaign.
Anselm Kitengela Hot Glass is now selling Seedballs through their retail outlets at Village Market, Junction and their amazing glass studio in Kitengela.
The Mara Elephant Project is helping to regenerate and refforest the environment by distributing Seedballs - predominantly over the Mara North Conservancy. They will also give Seedballs to local schools and Rangers to distribute.They are one of our trusted donor partners for the Donate Seedballs campaign.
Kicheche Camps are actively participating in indigenous tree afforestation within their conservancies.
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Land & Life Foundation is the charitable face of Elewana. Formerly the Cheli & Peacock Trust, the new foundation will continue building on the good work of the original trust in partnership with Elewana.
Woodlands 2000 Trust is partnering with Seedballs Kenya and distributing Seedballs around the country to compliment their field visits.
Chardust and Cookswell Jikos are partners of Seedballs Kenya. Together they have researched and developed Seedballs. Chardust is involved with manufacture and Cookswell Jikos is involved with marketing and distribution.
We have had so much support and inquires from people outside of Kenya about how to send the right type of seedballs to the right areas that we are partnering with a select few organisations that are active in conservation programs around Kenya.
The organisations below are eager to receive your donated seedballs and have committed with us to distribute them within their areas of activity that have the greatest need for reforestation.