Here comes more pictures from the customer and the photographer Marcus Bolin who participated in the customer trip this summer. These pictures are also from the Kiambere plantation in Kenya.

You can see more of Marcus’ photos in the previous article, or browse the other articles from this trip in the category customer trip 2018.

Mukau tree planted by customers who visited Kiambere 2012. Image from July 2018.
Mukau tree planted by customers who visited Kiambere 2012. Image from July 2018.
Raw rubber from an Acacia Senegal tree which is sold for profits. Kiambere, July 2018
Raw rubber from an Acacia Senegal tree which is sold for profits. Kiambere, July 2018
By making small cuts on the Acacia trees, one can increase the amount of raw rubber extracted from the tree. Kiambere, July 2018
By making small cuts on the Acacia trees, one can increase the amount of raw rubber extracted from the tree. Kiambere, July 2018
One of the employees taking care of the trees. July 2018
One of the employees taking care of the trees. July 2018
One of the guards on the plantation whose primary task is to protect the trees against goats and other animals that eat the seedlings. July 2018
One of the guards on the plantation whose primary task is to protect the trees against goats and other animals that eat the seedlings. July 2018
Protection from the sun at the nursery at the Kiambere plantation in Kenya. July, 2018
Protection from the sun at the nursery at the Kiambere plantation in Kenya. July, 2018
Marcus Bolin, the photographer who has taken these lovely pictures. Kiambere, July 2018
Marcus Bolin, the photographer who has taken these lovely pictures. Kiambere, July 2018
One of the workers responsible for watering the seedlings in the nursery. July 2018.
One of the workers responsible for watering the seedlings in the nursery. July 2018.

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