Land & Life has opened the New Year with a strong start, with several generous donations allowing some great projects to get underway. The Wildlife Warrior Clubs will be busy in term One with water conservation activities leading up to an essay competition to be judged on UN World Water Day March 22nd by an expert in the field. Term Two will see the exhilarating introduction of our innovative Seedballs for Warriors project with the schools, built around sessions with the children on forestry and soil degradation and giving every child the chance to plant seeds around their homes and schools. We will be developing our own conservation education pack for use in the Wildlife Warrior Clubs, and are excited about introducing these later in the year. All in all it is shaping up to be a busy and productive year for Land & Life, and we look forward to sharing our activities with many Elewana guests. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you'd like any further information about the work we are doing.