Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Lake Naivasha Growers’ Group (LNGG).

We are one of the few voluntary associations of growers in the world striving to balance commercial and environmental sustainability. Since registration in 1997, LNGG has striven to ensure that growers’ interests are represented in the management of Lake Naivasha and its environs.

Lake Naivasha is a RAMSAR site and as such, a wetland of international importance.  However, it is unique in that, unlike other RAMSAR sites, Lake Naivasha is not protected by fences, but is in fact under commercial use.

The Naivasha region is known internationally for its large horticulture sector, the largest in all of Kenya.  In fact, over 70% of the roses exported to the EU markets come from Naivasha.  The horticultural sector of Naivasha employs over 30000 people directly, thereby having a very positive impact on the livelihood of fellow Kenyans. 

However, with great achievement also comes great responsibility.

To this end, LNGG has an explicit mission to promote the conservation of the natural resources in and around Lake Naivasha, thereby ensuring the commercial sustainability of the areas horticultural growers, through the fostering of best farming practices amongst its members for the benefit of all stakeholders.


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