Enonkishu Conservancy is a pastoralist family cooperative on the outskirts of the Mara Ecosystem. The organization, which has 6,000 acres, is dedicated to long-term rangeland management and balancing cattle and wildlife demands. In order to preserve cattle biodiversity, the conservancy promotes cattle breeding, husbandry, and grazing. Predator-proof mobile bomas have also been installed at the Conservancy in order to reduce the number of lion retribution kills. Travelers benefit from the livestock, wild animals, and natural beauty as a result. Enonkishu also houses the Mara Training Centre, which offers training to other conservation organizations, group ranches, and communities. They can learn about rangeland management, social cohesion, governance, and leadership, as well as lucrative animal husbandry procedures.