Participation is widely seen as a cornerstone of sustainable resource management, and it’s a pillar of Kenya’s 2010 constitution, too. In the remote highland forests and water catchments of the country’s Rift Valley region, the involvement of the community in undertaking science work has delivered promising results.
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