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Thursday, 21 March 2013 09:17

Lake Naivasha: Water management and riparian land conservation in a flower farm

A flower farm beside the Malewa river on the Kinangop plateau in the catchment. Horticulture is the major economic activity at Lake Naivasha, and the Field IT workshops always paid a visit to one to understand the environmental implications of flower-growing in a Ramsar wetland site of international importance. This film illustrates the environmental measures that flower farms can take.

https://tienda.igeo.tv/es/337-lake-natron.html

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