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KTDA Foundation and Mount Kenya Trust in Tree Planting Partnership

KTDA Foundation in collaboration with Mount Kenya Trust has today planted 11000 trees at the Upper Imenti Forest, Meru County. The Upper Imenti Forest is part of the Mt Kenya forest complex which forms a key national water tower. The tree planting activity is part of a project dubbed Empowering Rural Communities and Households with Renewable Energy (ERCHRE) being implemented by the KTDA Foundation across 12 KTDA’s tea-growing areas that aim to promote climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience-building among smallholder tea farmers for sustainable tea production. The tree seedlings have been donated by Githongo and Rukuriri Tea Factories, which are managed by KTDA.


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