eco systems & bio diversity

Rehabilitation

After Finding a pioneer plant which could survive in the limestone desert only the use of observing Read more.

Learning Activities

Haller Park and Forest trails have over time grown to become resource centres for environmental Read more.

Eco Systems & Biodiversity

The aim of the rehabilitation program in Lafarge Eco Systems is to: Recreate coastal ecosystems Read more.

The aim of the rehabilitation program in Lafarge Eco Systems is to:

  • Recreate coastal ecosystems for biodiversity conservation
  • Sustainable utilization of natural resources and
  • Rehabilitate mined limestone quarries.


Bamburi Cement has therefore transformed the Quarry wastelands into world class environmental showcases namely Haller Park and Forest Trails.

These two sites combined host a variety of organisms, endangered and threatened plants and animal species which include:

  • More than 400 plant species ranging from trees, shrubs, herbs, palms, grasses and lianas
  • 53 endangered and vulnerable plant species which are also listed on the IUCN(*) Red List of Endangered Species
  • 15 large animals where some are listed as either endangered or vulnerable.
  • 104 species of butterflies
  • 180 bird species with 2 seasonal species listed as endangered
  • 14 amphibian species- 13 are listed in the IUCN Red List as least concern
  • 17 dragonfly species all listed as least concern at the IUCN Red List.

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