The DNRC Tree Nursery propagates Indigenous Species trees Like Dalbergia Melanoxylon Which is used for carving,
DNRC farmers enjoyed Kamba traditional dance during the bi-annual farmers party in a bid to promote and preserve the local culture of the Kamba community.
Tree seedlings are issued to DNRC farmers during planting season.
DNRC farmers prepare a meal during the farmers' bi-annual party, which brings all DNRC farmers together as a way of uniting the community and promoting integration and cohesion.
DNRC's tree nursery also propagates fodder trees e.g., Leuceana leucocephala, and timber trees e.g. Eucalyptus camaldulensis.
DNRC tree nursery also propagates fruit trees e.g. Mango, lemon ,passion etc.), Medicinal trees(e.g. Moringa, Neem ) and Ornamental trees(i.e. flowers.)
Field touring during an exchange visit at one of DNRC farmers wood lot.
A Permaculture Design Course session in progress at the DNRC Conference Hall.
DNRC CEO Nicholas Syano taking a group of farmers a tour on the DNRC tree nursery.
One of the objectives of DNRC is to promote local foods. Captured in this photo is a group of PDC students and the DNRC CEO enjoying local brew (Kaluvu.) The drink is stored in a gourd (kikuu) and served in gourd bowls (Nzele.)The team is sitting on 3 legged wooden stools carved at DNRC.
DNRC Permerculture Design Course(PDC) graduants holding their certificates posing for a photo with the DNRC CEO Nicholas Syano and Program Manager Theresia Mutua. DNRC offers affordable comprehensive PDC to interested clients from across the globe.
A drylands tree nursery management training session in progress at the DNRC tree nursery
A group of farmers is learning about kitchen gardens within the DNRC agroecology/permaculture site.
A DNRC staff member trains farmers on potting.
A DNRC staff member trains farmers on soil preparation for potting.
A multi-storey kitchen garden within DNRC Agroecology/permaculture Site.
DNRC offers reasonably priced traditional Kamba accommodation on its premises. The cob houses create an ambiance that is culturally appropriate for DNRC's traditional theme.
DNRC Kenya offers Kamba traditional stools at affordable prices.
DNRC delivers an ambitious program of long term community engagement guided by permaculture principles and especially care of the people, fair share and care of the earth.
Through installation of water tanks