I run an organization called Habitat Recovery & Kindness Project. We believe in on "Community-Focused Conservation" and work to facilitate intersectional sustainability action. We know that poverty is nature's worst enemy, and by stabilizing access to basic needs, we can help achieve a more environmentally-friendly future. Kindness is transcendent and whether teaching people to be kinder to themselves, each other, their landscapes, or wildlife and animals, we raise the bar of kindness towards all else that exists.
We have raised projects including:
-Land Restoration & Phytoremediation
-Planting Food & Medicine Forests
-Outdoor Girl's Empowerment Camps
-Wildlife Conservation & Rehabilitation
-Wildlife Conflict & Invasive Species Management
-Corporate Carbon Offset & Sequestration
Currently: We have developed a full sustainability plan accepted by the Kenyan government encompassing cornerstones of Environmental, Ethical, Education, and Economic action. We are currently seeking supportive funding and collaborations.