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Environmental Impact

By joining Nature Club, you become part of a collective effort to make a tangible difference in the world. Through our conservation projects, tree planting initiatives, and clean-up drives, you can actively contribute to protecting and preserving the environment for future generations.

Community Engagement

Nature Club provides a vibrant and inclusive community where you can connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for nature and sustainability. Through group activities, workshops, and events, you’ll have the opportunity to build lasting friendships and networks while making a positive impact on the world around you.

Outdoor Adventures

Experience the thrill of outdoor adventures with Nature Club! From nature walks and hikes to camping trips and wildlife excursions, our club offers a range of exciting opportunities to explore the beauty of the natural world and immerse yourself in unforgettable outdoor experiences.

Education and Awareness

Expand your knowledge and deepen your understanding of environmental issues through our programs and awareness campaigns. Whether it’s learning about climate change, biodiversity, or sustainable living practices, Nature Club provides valuable resources and opportunities for personal growth and development.

Personal Fulfillment

Joining Nature Club isn’t just about making a difference—it’s also about finding fulfillment and purpose in your life. By connecting with nature, engaging in meaningful activities, and contributing to positive change, you’ll experience a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction that comes from knowing you are part of something greater than yourself.

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Tree Planting

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Adventure

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Charity

2nd Semester

Upcoming Events

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Mt. Kenya Hike

March 15– March 17, 2024
Sh 4,000
Includes 3-day hike and camping to Lenana peak, the second highest peak in Mt. Kenya
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Alumni Visit

March 28
Free
Friends of the club
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Fourth Years Farewell Party

March 29
Free
Fourth Years Farewell Party
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testimonials

What People Say

Nature Club is the best club to be in while in campus

Morris Kamande

Had the best experience in campus because of being a member! Long live Nature Club🥰

Paul Mwite

“As a member of the Nature Club, I’ve found a second family that shares my love for nature and conservation. Through our collaborative efforts, we’ve organized beach cleanups, educational workshops, and even initiated recycling programs on campus. The friendships I’ve made and the experiences I’ve gained are invaluable. Joining this club has truly been one of the best decisions I’ve made in university.”

Manasseh Mwangi

“I joined the Nature Club in my second semester, and it’s been an incredible journey ever since. Being part of this club has not only deepened my appreciation for the environment but also introduced me to a wonderful community of passionate individuals. From tree planting events to hiking adventures, every activity is an opportunity to learn, grow, and make a positive impact. I highly recommend joining!”

Maureen Wangari

“The Nature Club has not only provided me with a platform to contribute to environmental causes but has also helped me develop important skills like leadership and teamwork. Whether we’re organizing a tree-planting campaign or participating in community outreach programs, every activity is a chance to make a difference while honing our abilities. Being part of this club has been an enriching experience both personally and professionally.”

Manji Wathika