Flower Valley News
Colours say so much. And colours in Fynbos amplify those messages.
These are some of the activities you can enjoy on a stay over in our farm house on Flower Valley Farm. The house is rustic and provides a nice breakaway from technology (there’s no TV, but there is wi-fi).
How can adults connect with a child? As adults, we must first understand ourselves – our desires, wishes and our fears.
For the first time, landowners and harvesters can now monitor the impacts of harvesting on fynbos populations. And all of this through an easy-to-use cellphone app. The app is meant to support fynbos management.
Landowners and harvesters who harvest wild fynbos can now better manage their fynbos populations through a new cellphone application.
In South Africa, when August arrives, we celebrate Women’s Month – honouring women across the country and highlighting opportunities provided in various sectors.
“Surely we have a responsibility to leave for future generations a planet that is healthy and habitable by all species” – Sir David Attenborough
Milkwood Nurture Teacher and Field worker retreats – The inner world of the Early Childhood Professional
The Flower Valley Early Childhood Development Programme believes that the inner work of a teacher, teaching assistant and field worker is fundamental to good quality Early Childhood Development.
What started out as a rainy and very chilly morning turned into a perfectly sunny winter’s afternoon – just in time for A Cape Floral Kingdom Experience.
Flower Valley Conservation Trust invites you to: A Cape Floral Kingdom Experience this #InternationalBiodiversityDay (Tuesday 22 May). Leading local botanist, Sean Privett, will be hosting a guided and interactive walk through wild fynbos in the afternoon.