Flower Valley News
Sixteen years: That’s how long this wonderful Flower Valley journey has been for me. From CapeNature, to WWF-South Africa, and finally, to have had these years with Flower Valley Conservation Trust
Some children’s books and fables stay with you for the rest of your life. So on World Children’s Book Day, we’ve chosen our 3 favourites. (And show just why they’re such iconic children’s books).
The Trust is now offering 2 opportunities in the Early Childhood Development Programme:
Food Security and Gardens Coordinator. Learning Programme Coordinator
Martina Appolis realised early in her career that she wanted to be a small business owner. So working her way up over time, Martina registered as a contractor in 2013.
Position Available for an Assistant Farm Manager for Flower Valley Farm. We’re looking for: – Practical, dynamic, hands-on, and good with people. The deadline is 12 March. See the responsibilities here:
It’s quite simply not that easy to remove any invasive alien plant. Each species requires a different technique to try to prevent it from re-growing.
Does the wildflower harvesting industry need a Sustainable Flower Harvesting Assurance System – and if so, how should it be structured to add value to the industry and make business sense?
What does it mean to pick Fynbos sustainably? There are a couple of things you should do – and some things you really shouldn’t do, when picking Fynbos if you’re wanting to pick responsibly.
Three new and emerging invasive alien species are being targeted on the Agulhas Plain. The plan is to rid the area of these three species – before they spread beyond their current farm boundaries, threatening our region’s biodiversity.
Every organisation reviews its strategy from time to time, to seize new opportunities and prepare for new challenges. Our review over the last year has been a great team-building exercise – and has led us to our new vision statement: