National Parks should be the safest places for wildlife, but many parks are failing to protect their animals and conservation is on the decline. Worldwide a large proportion of wildlife is actually outside National Parks, so conservation on communal and private lands is vital. In Kenya one region has developed a unique system which is protecting wilderness and wildlife, and creating work for its people. This is Laikipia. Like an illustrated pamphlet whose aim is to inform, entertain and provoke debate, this short film examines the history, workings, and success of Laikipia. And it asks the key question - could Laikipia be a blueprint for successful, sustainable environments in other parts of the world - outside National Parks - where wildlife is preserved and people prosper, side by side?