Maasai women receiving indiginous tree seedlings from Mr. Kahi of CAVSThe seedlings have been donated by CAVS in a bid to ensure a greener Kenya.



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Taifa Hall, University of Nairobi
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University of Nairobi will host this year’s Nairobi Innovation Week from 3rd to 5th August, 2015. The objectives of this event are:



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Taifa Hall, University of Nairobi
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Field Station has improved indigenous chicks and breeding cocks for sale. The chicks are available at one (1) day, one (1) week old and two weeks. The original stock was sourced from Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Institute, Naivasha. Traditionally, the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) has been keeping poultry for eggs and meat and has been a winner in this aspect during the Nairobi International Trade Fair.

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field station grocery
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Prof. Mungai informing the representatives of Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, NEEMA and WARMA about the present state of Mathari River and UNI-BIOPARK.



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field station grocery
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Tree planting activity toward environmental conservation.



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