flower valley news


#WorldAnimalDay: This is a leopard tale with two happy outcomes

First we were thrilled to see pictures on the camera traps in our secretive forest of a leopard with two small cubs. Now they’ve grown fast, so to quickly reach an age where they are less vulnerable and can protect themselves (about 5 months old), and are happily hopping up the trees. The perfect way to celebrate #WorldAnimalDay and raise awareness of our fynbos animals.

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Meet Daylene, our SHP field monitor

The Sustainable Harvesting team has received additional support to test new fynbos monitoring methods. A field monitor, Daylene van Riet has joined the team. She will now work with fynbos harvesters who are members of the Sustainable Harvesting Programme, together testing the field monitoring method and capturing fynbos harvesting data. 

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ECD programme is looking for a registration support field worker

Flower Valley’s Early Childhood Development Programme is looking for a field worker to support and coordinate the registration of ECD partial care facilities/centres in the Gansbaai and Stanford area. The candidate will need to support registered and unregistered ECD sites on the road to registration and re-registration. Deadline is Friday 1 September 2017.

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