Saturday, November 21, 2009

Mount Kilimanjaro Conservation, ecology and Tree planting

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Conserve mount Kilimanjaro, donate and we plant trees

Help us plant natural trees to reduce impact of Global warming and snow melting on Kilimanjaro. Help conserve the ecology, ecotourism, environment and nature

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park.

Mount Kilimanjaro.


Mount Kilimanjaro is within Tanzania Northern Part.

Kilimanjaro is located just (Location: 3.07 S, 37.35 E) near the equator, in the Tropical Country yet its peak covered by snow throughout the year. Rising abruptly from the open plains, capped by snow and frequently fringed by clouds, it is one of Africa’s classic images.

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest Mountain in Africa 5895m/19340 ft. is the only Mountain in the World with the perfect symmetrical crater. Is the highest free standing Mountain in the World?

Is a metaphor for the compelling beauty of East Africa? Kilimanjaro is one of the highest walkable summits on the planet, a beacon for visitors from around the world.

The national park and forest reserve occupy the whole of Mount Kilimanjaro and its surrounding Montana forests. Mt Kilimanjaro and the surrounding forests were declared a game reserve by the German colonial government in the early part of this century, and this area was further gazette as a forest reserve in 1921.

The ascent of the slopes is a virtual climatic world tour, from the tropics to the Arctic.
Even before you cross the national park boundary (at the 2,700m contour), the cultivated foot slopes give way to lush montane forest, inhabited by elusive elephant, leopard, buffalo, the endangered Abbot’s duiker, and other small antelope and primates. Higher still lies the moorland zone, where a cover of giant heather is studded with otherworldly giant lobelias.

VEGETATION the major vegetation types represented on Mount Kilimanjaro could loosely be termed montane forest, moorland, upland moor, alpine bogs, and alpine desert (Greenway, 1965), although not all of the montane forest zone is currently within the national park. There is no bamboo zone, nor a Hagenia-Hypericum zone. Above about 4,600m, very few plants are able to survive the severe conditions, although specimens ofHelichrysum newii have been recorded as high as 5,760m (close to a fumarole), and mosses and lichens are found right up to the summit.

The mountain is important, not only to the tourists who visit and the farmers who live on the slopes, but to many downstream users. Runoff from Kilimanjaro supplies the Pangani River, which flows over 200 miles to empty into the Indian Ocean. Water from the Pangani is an important and widely competed-for commodity in this rain-poor region. Usage of the river water by smallholders, large scale farmers, high-usage rice farmers, and domestic users along its length decreases river flow.

Mount Kilimanjaro Recovery Club (MOKIREC) contributes to reforestation efforts on Mt. Kilimanjaro, because of its vital importance to the ecology of the surrounding region. Natural trees are being planted by people around their farms and homes for ecosystem protection and livelihood improvement. Food, medicine and lumber producing species are protecting families from spending money on these domestic products. Mount Kilimanjaro Recovery Club (MOKIREC)is a voluntary organization for Conservation of natural resources around mount Kilimanjaro.

Volunteers and donors are welcome to contribute here.


Through Mount Kilimanjaro Recovery Club (MOKIREC) funded tree nurseries, thousands of Kilimanjaro volunteers, both youth and adult, are learning horticultural skills and taking direct action by replanting and widely distributing species that will help solve multiple problems in the life-sustaining watershed. They are organizing field days to plant large numbers of trees along stream banks that have been denuded to protect them from excessive runoff, and in burned out and overcut areas to stabilize soil and prevent further erosion.

Help conserve the ecology, ecotourism, environment and nature. A small donation of about 2 US $ or more can make a difference.

Educated Tanzanians and Environmentalists.

Have established Mount Kilimanjaro Recovery Club (MOKIREC). The aim is to Campaign, encourage and facilitate the Tree climbing in Kilimanjaro Region and adjacent Regions. The aim is to reduce the impact of carbon dioxide from the Air as well the Protection of this Eco Tourism Giant in Africa for Aesthetic and Intrinsic value of All Human being around the Globe.

We need Your Help, As a Donation (any amount is highly appreciated). Secondly please forward this message to some Organizations/ Companies who can help us Protect nature.

Also your advice is also needed. Some people wishing to come here to Volunteer are Welcomed!

We have a group of Professional Guides and Tour organizers. We are permitted by Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park Authority to organize Picnic Trips for the Tourists.

The Income we get is used to prepare Nursery for Tree seedling and Other Greening activities.

Now, We Invite those People who wish to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to use our Professional guides to Reach THE PEAK (5895M).

Mount Kilimanjaro climbing trips for environmental conservation charity in 2010.

Join environmental conservation efforts at Mount Kilimanjaro.

Climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity. Global warming has tremendously affected Kilimanjaro snow.

Help now by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, together we can plant trees from around 1,800,000 trees to 9,000,000 depending on how many climbers have supported us. Make this World Heritage site be available for next generation especially existence of snow at Kibo peak.

Help conserve the ecology, ecotourism, environment and nature. Take your part to save World Heritage site for present and future generation.

You can contribute directly or Book your Kilimanjaro climbing trip through our associate fund raising Company- KILIMANJARO TRAVEL ADVENTURE SAFARIS LTD.



They organise Kilimanjaro climbing trips on all climbing kilimanjaro routes.

The Kilimanjaro trekking routes are Machame 6 days, Rongai 6 days, Marangu 6 days, Shira 7 days, Lemosho 8 days,and Northern Circuit Route 9 days.

Conserve mount Kilimanjaro, donate and we plant trees

Contact us:

Mission Street, Green Building.

P.O BOX 70, Tarakea- Kilimanjaro.

Tel: +255786694004

Fax: +255272544658


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