The Mau Eburru Forest covers the slopes of Mount Eburru - a striking, geologically active volcanic massif towering above the floor of the Great Rift Valley, northwest of Lake Naivasha. The forest vegetation is uncommonly rich in biodiversity, harbouring threatened fauna and flora.
Current activities by Eburru Rafiki include:
- Indigenous tree planting programmes.
- Support tree nurseries in the forest edge primary and secondary schools.
- On-farm forestry methods.
- Enrichment planting within the Forest Reserve.
- Education to nurture the importance of conserving trees generally and indigenous forest reserves.
- Community and school tree seedling nurseries in the Gilgil sub-county.