Over 100 Trees of different species of native broad
lead trees have been planted in Ndhiwa, Kenya. The
forest conservation project is beginning to grow,
yielding a lusher, greener forest teaming with wildlife
noises and bees who pollinate crops in the forest and
Increased crop production, future fruit yield and
lumber for building are all now possible.
Trees decrease soil errosion and increase water
retention in the soil and provide oxygen to breathe.