The forests (tugen-kamasia) rules



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THE FORESTS (TUGEN-KAMASIA) RULES
1. These rules may be cited as the Forests (Tugen-Kamasia) Rules.
2. (1) These Rules shall apply to the Central Forests set out in the First Schedule.
(2) These Rules shall be in addition to any other rules applicable to Central Forests generally, and were any provisions of these Rules conflict with the provisions of any such other rules the provisions of these Rules shall prevail.
3. Any person living in the Baringo District, with the written permission of an administrative officer or a forest officer, may cut and remove from any indigenous Central Forest within that district, without charge, trees suitable for building poles for his own personal and domestic use but not for sale or barter:

G.N.331/1949, G.N.704/1949, L.N.236/1964, 21 OF 1966, 2nd Sch.




Provided that -
(i) no tree shall be felled unless and until that three has been marked for felling by a forest officer or other person appointed by him for the purpose;
(ii) no tree of any species specified in the Second Schedule shall be felled, unless in the opinion of the forest officer concerned the felling is compatible with good forest management.
4. The Chief conservator, with the consent of the Provincial Commissioner, Rift Valley Province, may, by notice in the Gazette, add to or remove from the Second Schedule any species of trees.
5. Any person living in the Baringo District may, without any charge or permit, in any Central Forest within that district -
(a) take or collect dead wood for firewood;

(b) take or collect the bark of dead trees for thatching beehives;

(c) pick wild berries and fruits;


(d) cut and remove creepers and liances for building purposes;
(e) lop branches off any tree of the species specified in the Third Schedule, for the purpose of placing honey boxes in the trees so lopped, and have free access to those honey barrels;
(f) utilize dead and fallen trees for making honey barrels;
(g) take stock through the Central Forests by the existing tracks as approved by an administrative officer or a forest officer;
(h) take stock, including goats, to such watering places within the Central Forests as may be approved by the District Commissioner in consultation with the forest officer, but access to those places shall be confined to routes specified by the District Commissioner;
(i) enter Central Forests for the purpose of holding customary ceremonies and rites, but no damage shall be done to any living tree;
(j) graze sheep within the Central Forests.
6. Cattle may be grazed in any Central Forests in the Baringo District for specified period during dry seasons with the written permission of the District Commissioner or forest officer, who may limit the numbers of such cattle in the case of each owner thereof.
7. Permission to retain or construct huts within the central Forests shall be confined to approved forest cultivators.
8. No burning shall be allowed in any Central Forest except with the permission of the forest officer and under the direct supervision of a forest guard.
FIRST SCHEDULE

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(1) KETNWAN FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines and a track as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No.180/20, deposited in the Survey Records Officer, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.




(2) CHERIAL FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines, a track an da river as delineated and edged green on Boundary Plan No.180/21, deposited in the Survey Records office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.


(3) TUTWOIN FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines as delineated and edged green on Boundary Plan No. 180/22, deposited in the Survey Records office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.


(4) KABIOK FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms parts of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/23, deposited int he Survey Records office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.


(5) SAIMO FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/24, deposited int he Survey Records office, Survey of kenya, Nairobi.
(6) KIMETO FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines, rivers an dan escarpment, as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/25, deposited in the Survey Records office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(7) SOKTA HILL FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines and a river, as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/26, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(8) PEMWAI FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lanes, a road, tracks and a river, as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/27, deposited int he Survey Records office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(9) KATIMOK FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines, roads and rivers as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/28, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(10) MOSEGEM FOREST - This forest lie within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines and tracks as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/29, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(11) CHEBARTIGON FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines and a road as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/30, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.


(12) MAROP FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the eKerio Land unit, an dish defined by demarcated lines ad delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/31, deposited int he Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(13) KINYO FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of the Kerio Land Unit, and is defined by rivers and a road as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/32, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(14) TARAMBAS HILL FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, an dish defined by demarcated lines, a road and a river as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/33 deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(15) KIMOJOCH FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the ekerio Land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines and a road as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/34, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(16) MTARAKWA FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/35, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(17) KAPTIMOM FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio Land Unit, an dish defined by demarcated lines as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No. 180/36, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(18) SANAO FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the Kerio land Unit, and is defined by demarcated lines as delineated and edged green on Boundary Plan No. 180/37, deposited in the Survey Records Office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.
(19) CHEMOROGOK FOREST - This forest lies within, and forms part of, the ekerio Land Unit, an dish defined by demarcated lines, an escarpment, a river and parts of the eastern and the northern boundaries of the Lembus Forest as delineated and edged green on boundary Plan No.180/38, deposited in the Survey Records office, Survey of Kenya, Nairobi.



SECOND SCHEDULE

rr. 3 and 4)






Botanical name

Tugen name

Cordia abyssinica

Samut

Juniperus procera

Tarakwa

Mimusops (Manilkara) usambarensis

Lalon: Lolowa

Mimusops spp.

Anon

Podocarpus gracilior

Ben

Podocarpus milanjianus

Septa

Pygeum africanum

Kunukwa

Malacantha sp. nr. alnifolia

Ng'ejebe

Warburgia ugandensis

Sok

THIRD SCHEDULE



(r.5)




Botanical name

Tugen name

Acacia spp.

Sesia

Cussonia spp.

Soyo

Ficus hochstetteri

Simotwa

Ficus spp.

Lokoiwa

Syzygium cordatum

Lemoiwa

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