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 POLICIES & STANDARDS

FEEL THE GROUND NOT THE COLD

Render image of what a future visitor centre could look like. Low-impact architecture that is easily maintained and is designed to sit carefully and respectfully within the landscape.

Bird’s eye-view of the site with a potential footpath marked. This will allow people to walk over and around the site without disturbing the footprints.

Current view of the edge of the site as it is today. There is a wider perimeter fence around the site, but this doesn’t keep wild and grazing animals away.

Proposed view of how walkways could be built so as to be able to view and experience the footprints without harming them. 

Interactive area of the site where visitors can get up close and personal to casts of the footprints and step into them

Carefully laid decking walkway leading visitors to the site and the centre from the car park, including  signage to help visitors to learn about the region and the story of the footprints.

DR. CYNTHIA LIUTKUS-PIERCE

Appalachian State University

Geologist and paleo environmental scientist, award-winning professor and chair of the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences at Appalachian State University; National Geographic Explorer; lead scientist ofthe Engare Sero Footprints Project.

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LEANDER WARD


Producer/Director, Wayfarer Media

Filmmaker with more than 20 years experience on film and television projects for Disney, National Geographic and the BBC; Producer and co-director of The Crimson Wing, a visually stunning look at life and death for the flamingos of Tanzania’s Lake Natron and the premiere release of Disney's theatrical wildlife strand, Disneynature; Branded content producer for London-based clients including Vivobarefoot, the Natural History Museum, Savills and the South Bank Centre.

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DR. BRIANA POBINER,

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

Award-winning paleoanthropologist and museum educator at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution; Associate Research Professor at George Washington University; researcher at the Engare Sero Footsteps Project.

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Åke Lindstrom 


Leonotis Adventures Founder

Founder of Leonotis Adventures and co-owner of Lake Natron Camp with his wife Nangini Lukumay (originally from Engare Sero), together they have spent over a decade building responsibly-led adventures in this region. A passion-project for his family, they are proud of their almost 100% local team as well as their extensive community engagement, from habitat restoration to community farming, which guests are welcome to be involved in.

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 POLICIES & STANDARDS

FEEL THE GROUND NOT THE COLD