War never takes a break; not until the desired outcome is achieved. In the fight against climate change, taking breaks in the midst of the rains is uncomfortable for tree growing environmentalists.
As the rest of Kenyans took a break to celebrate Labour Day in recognition of the significant contribution made by workers to the national economy growth, Dedan Kimathi Foundation took advantage of the free day to join the Rotary Club of Limuru to plant 3000 trees in Uplands Forest Station in Limuru;Kiambu.
Strongly committed to climate change mitigation, DKF Green Army dedicated the day to join in site preparations and planting of the tree seedlings in efforts to take the nation closer to the 30% tree cover as targeted by the year 2032.
The activity was carried out in partnership with Kenya Forest Service, Rotary Clubs of
Westlands, Thika Road, Jabali and Juja; Rotaract Club of St. Paul’s University and Imagine Rotary.