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Name: Harvey Croze
Date registered: 7 April 2012

Latest posts

  1. Important Karura Forest Notice in the Time of Covid-19 – July 2020 Update — 27 March 2020
  2. The Rains are Here: Help Us Grow the Forest — 22 October 2019
  3. New Karura Forest Visitors’ Guidebook – Now 500/= — 13 October 2019
  4. Happy 10th Anniversary, Friends of Karura! — 9 October 2019
  5. Rubbish in Karura: YOU BRING IT IN, YOU TAKE IT OUT — 3 January 2019

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Mar 27

Important Karura Forest Notice in the Time of Covid-19 – July 2020 Update

Please note a change to Karura Forest opening hours: gates open 06:00, last entry 17:45, gates locked 19:00. Covid-19 security precautions strictly in force: security & heath check on entry; keep social distance; wear a mask; a avoid touching shared surfaces; wash your hands and/or use alcohol rub frequently. Please read carefully the notices at …

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Oct 22

The Rains are Here: Help Us Grow the Forest

The ‘short-rains’ have arrived early, and it’s time to plant trees and help us grow a forest. The so-called Short Rains have started early, and so far it’s the wettest October in 74 years! If you want to plant trees in Karura Forest, click here to read how to go about it:  Growing Trees in …

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Oct 13

New Karura Forest Visitors’ Guidebook – Now 500/=

Oct 09

Happy 10th Anniversary, Friends of Karura!

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the registration of Friends of Karura as a Community Forest Association mandated to look after the forest in partnership with the Kenya Forest Service. Over those ten years there have been many challenges and many successes, and FKF is proud to have overcome most of the former and achieved …

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Jan 03

Rubbish in Karura: YOU BRING IT IN, YOU TAKE IT OUT

NEW RUBBISH POLICY.  Following consideration of the growing solid waste problem at Karura Forest picnic sites, the FKF Board has decided to implement:  YOU BRING IT IN, YOU TAKE IT OUT. With immediate effect, we are asking all visitors — particularly picnickers —  to help keep Karura clean and rubbish-free by following the new guideline. …

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Jul 02

New Parking Fees at Karura Forest Entry Points

FKF-KFS Statement

May 02

Report on Forest Resources Management and Logging Activities in Kenya

The Task Force Report is just out. Makes interesting reading. There will be some important changes in the near future, but the Friends of Karura Community Forest Association is confident that its track record in Karura Forest will ensure that the work continues. Click here to see full report.

Aug 23

Plastics Ban FAQs

Some frequently-asked questions. You can download a PDF of this here.

Aug 23

Karura Forest is Plastic Free

Mar 29

Forest Gates to be Locked at 19:00

Gates Locked 19:00

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