Northern Kenya is home to dozens of pastoralist tribes who maintain valuable knowledge of how to thrive in harsh environments. Though they are often blamed for degradation of the land or ignored by outsiders and developers, the peoples’ Indigenous systems of resource governance and controlled grazing actually conserve productivity and biodiversity of important, fragile rangelands.
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