Flower Valley is teaming up with the Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy to get researchers and conservationists into our region’s special Fynbos during the Fynbos Forum in August.


Attendees at the Fynbos Forum will experience the farm as a test site for sustainably harvested Fynbos. We’ll also showcase the use of the Code of Best Practice for harvesting, and tools used to monitor harvesting practices.


We’ll then stop for a Fynbos pairing and wine tasting at fellow Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy member, Lomond Wines.


And the Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy staff will introduce visitors to the work undertaken by the conservancy to secure these Fynbos landscapes. This includes a video of some of the amazing wildlife found within the conservancy and captured on camera by the Grootbos Foundation.

The Fynbos Forum is an annual event held in Fynbos-rich areas.

It brings conservationists, researchers, universities, government departments and non-profit organisations together to improve knowledge and through research, to better protect Fynbos.

This year the Forum takes place in the Overberg in the town of Baardskeerdersbos between 5 and 8 August.