Environmental conservation is a global issue due to dangers threatening the world such as climatic change, desertification, depletion of rare species and extinction of biodiversity. African religion is crucial because it is an aspect of people''s culture, attitudes and consumerism patterns. This book studies the Isukha a sub clan of the Luhya of Western Kenya neighbouring Kakamega forest with an objective of finding out the role of Isukha religious beliefs and practices in environmental conservation, obstacles facing the Isukha during natural environmental resource conservation and how to disseminate valuable knowledge on natural environmental conservation. The book reveals that that African religion plays a role in environmental conservation. It regulates the utilization of environmental resources and creates awareness of the kind of environmental resources available. It shows that Isukha religious beliefs and practices are faced by obstacles in their attempt to conserve natural environmental resources of Kakamega forest. The book shows that indigenous African traditional religious knowledge on environmental conservation is crucial in sustainable environmental conservation.