Flower Valley News
Our latest newsletter is out. Read all about what’s been going on, find out how you can become involved in #MandelaDay or take our fun #fynbos quiz.
Not sure what to do this Mandela Day, 18 July? If you’re in the Overstrand area, we’d love your help. Give 67 minutes of your time, working in the Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centres in and around Gansbaai.
Remember turning 18? And how you felt when you transformed from a teenager to become an adult? Well, this year, we are proud to celebrate our 18th birthday at our Early Learning Centre – our pre-school situated on Flower Valley Farm.
Do you think that you are an expert in fynbos? Take our fun quiz to see for yourself.
There’s a new face representing Flower Valley’s Early Childhood Development Programme. Cath Price has joined the programme team, as the Governance and Administrative support.
Silver brunia is helping to focus attention on the Cape Floral Kingdom – and specifically, the need to harvest fynbos sustainably. In an article featured in the Business Day, the demand for fynbos is highlighted – with fynbos exported to Europe, Asia, Russia and many other global markets.
Celebrating the fynbos biome is at the heart of what we do at Flower Valley Conservation Trust – and it seems that National Geographic agrees with our how exceptional our area is!
Flower Valley’s Sustainable Harvesting Programme is in need of 4 field monitors. They will assist in using a new monitoring method as well as capturing data in the fynbos veld.
Fynbos gin and fynbos-infused snacks: that was how Flower Valley and friends celebrated International Biodiversity week.
There’s a lot going on in South Africa right now. It makes one feel uncertain. And that’s never a nice feeling. But despite political turmoil, there are some definites we can rely on. Like South Africa’s value in terms of our environment. It’s well known we’re in the top 10 biodiversity-rich countries in the world.