A safari camp in South Africa uses local rhino dung collected from the bush to grow great tasting vegetables in their community garden.
Meet Kenneth Jazi, the head gardener at Londolozi Game Reserve, a private game reserve in South Africa, committed to conservation, rehabilitation of wildlife and local sustainability. Over a year ago, Kenneth had the idea to start the camp's very first local garden to supply fresh vegetables to the camp's kitchens. But, he didn't want to go outside for fertilizer. He was committed to finding something more local...little did he know that rhino dung would be his answer.
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