Regeneration of Grasslands & Empowering Communities
We work with local partners to regenerate ecosystems and support sustainable land management through carbon offsets
Our community led programme will benefit indigenous communities and provides a mechanism for western organisations to offset their carbon emissions
We identify corporations and organisations that are committed to protecting the natural environment and are considering mechanisms to offset their carbon footprint.
Once wide-open savannahs, wildlife and people co-existed for centuries in nature’s abundance of resources. With shifts in settlement, rising human populations and increasing climate variability, indigenous lands have become a heated battleground as ever-larger herds of livestock compete with wildlife for grass.
Wild animals damage property and crops, predators kill livestock, injure or kill people and make travelling within the community risky. Humans build fences, overgraze, farm, hunt and endanger wild species.
Our soil carbon intervention receives voluntary carbon credits for mitigating greenhouse gases in two ways: carbon sequestration and conservation
We support Holistic Land Management practices that interconnect land, livestock and people, reverse desertification, restore degraded lands, rest and rotate pasture use, introduce soil erosion control measures and designated wildlife conservancies
Youths will help develop and implement grazing plans and coordinate initiatives to remove invasive plants and replant perennial olopololi grass banks. Women will be given specific roles in the harvesting of seeds and grass to produce fodder. The local multiplier effect will benefit the whole community as more members invest in their local market.