Flower Valley News
The Flower Valley Conservation Trust’s annual report for 2018 - 2019 is now available. Says Executive Director, Lesley Richardson: I’ve been part of an intricate Flower Valley Conservation Trust journey. This journey has seen Flower Valley evolve and grow. What...
The Flower Valley Conservation Trust Early Childhood Development (ECD) team has further strengthened our partnership with the Creative Skills Factory during the past six months.
The Trust is now advertising for a part-time position: We’re looking for an energetic individual to support Flower Valley’s Home-based ECD programme in the Baardskeerdersbos area.
The Trust is now advertising for the following full-time position: Outdoor Assistant (live-in position) to take responsibility for the overall garden establishment and general maintenance. Work in a team to create a pleasant and productive ‘food and discovery’ garden environment that is safe and secure for both children and visitors.
Wildfires: We’re certainly no stranger to their devastation. In 2006, the entire Flower Valley Farm burnt to the ground. It was an experience you can’t put words to. It not only
By Kirsten Watson For me, this year started like no other. We were only a few days into 2019 when we heard the news: It’s burning. Franskraal, our closest town (to Flower Valley Farm), was being evacuated. It was one of three fires burning in the Overstrand at the...
Pre-school learners in Buffeljagsbaai have moved into a newly-renovated building which can now care for at least 20 children.
A wonderful opportunity is available for an Administrator to contribute towards conservation within the Overberg. You will either be based in Bredasdorp or the Gansbaai region.
A new invasive alien clearing programme is ready to launch in the Overberg. The project is an Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative (ABI) project, implemented by Flower Valley Conservation Trust.
We’re hosting a Field Trip at Flower Valley Farm on Wednesday 7 August 2019 – introducing attendees to our Fynbos, sustainable harvesting practices, and conservancy action to protect Fynbos.