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Posted 07 March 2017 - 09:06 AM

Projects in Kenya and being piloted in other areas in Africa to save the elephant using beehive fences.

 

I love this project because it is not only protecting farms from wildlife but it is so environmental friendly and it doesn't require large capital investment and it enables small scale farmers earn an extra source of income through the honey sales.

 

Kenya: Save the Elephant-Beehive Fences Help Protect Small-Scale Farms from CropRaids-allAfrica.com


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