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along Kenya's Malewa River.

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Eden's dream is within reach!

Eden has been actively involved in the communities along Kenya's Malewa River since 2010. We experienced heartache when a golf course developer ravaged 1000 acres of wilderness, devastating the topsoil and displacing wildlife. The project's failure left the land in ruins, but it is now up for sale.

Eden's dream has always been to acquire this land and restore it to its full potential for flourishing. A vibrant landscape nurtures life and provides sustainable livelihoods for those impacted by environmental degradation. Together, let's make this dream a reality.


"We tend to put the environment last because we think the first thing we have to do is eliminate poverty. But you can't reduce poverty in a vacuum. You are doing it in an environment."
Wangari Maathai

What is Eden's vision for the land?

Ecological Restoration

A balanced, healthy ecosystem provides crucial resources for the well-being of all living beings. These resources include healthy soil, clean water, rich biodiversity, flowing rivers, and stable seasonal patterns. By caring for the environment, we demonstrate love and responsibility towards nature and our fellow human beings.

Expanding Habitats

Many local species face extinction due to habitat loss. The relentless demand for human settlements, agriculture, and commercial ventures has significantly impacted biodiversity. By restoring landscapes and safeguarding ecosystems, we create sanctuaries where species can thrive and find their rightful home.

A Permanent Campground

Securing a permanent site for Eden Camps is essential, as our current location is on borrowed land. Ownership will ensure the growth and sustainability of our highly impactful programs. Join us in making a lasting difference in the lives of those we serve through these transformative experiences.

Sustainable Solutions

Eden envisions creating an educational and research hub, empowering communities for sustainable living. Here, we'll showcase grassroots sustainable solutions like keyhole gardens, biogas, solar cooking, and renewable energy demonstrations. Join us in fostering sustainable practices.

Rebound Program

Eden's new program, Rebound, is dedicated to at-risk youth on the brink of crime. We harness the power of outdoor wilderness and adventure programming to guide school dropouts towards stable, viable careers. Join us in shaping a brighter future for these young lives.


Land ownership creates sustainability for Eden by enabling us to host private, paying groups for outdoor education, adventure programming, team-building and more. It also empowers Eden's Eco-Champions with employment, as they will lead many of these activities. Join us in fostering self-sufficiency!

Pyrethrum Farm

Eden plans to establish and operate a pyrethrum farm. The flowers of this plant are highly sought after worldwide for creating organic pesticides. Through this venture, we aim to generate employment opportunities for the local community while contributing to the global demand for environmentally friendly solutions.

Establish a Trust

Eden Acres will be safeguarded in a trust fund, ensuring that Eden Thriving's vision, mission, and values endure far into the future. The impact of investing in land and lives today will reverberate through the generations to come. Join us in leaving a lasting legacy of positive change!


Where are the Voices for the Earth?

Where are the Voices for the Earth?

Where are the eyes to see her pain,

wasted by our consuming path,

weeping the tears of poisoned rain?


Sacred the soil that hugs the seed,

sacred the silent fall of snow,

sacred the world that God decreed,

water and sun and river flow. 


Where shall we run who break the code,

where shall tomorrow's children be,

left with the ruined gifts of God,

death for the creatures, land, and sea?


We are the voices for the earth,

we who will care enough to cry,

cherish her beauty, clear her breath,

live that our planet may not die.

(Hymn by Shirley Erena Murray; 1931)

Hope is seeing what is not yet a reality. Eden has hope for abundance and life.