The Fynbos vegetation of the Cape Floristic Region is world famous for its botanical diversity and vast plethora of beautiful plant species. Visitors come from all over the globe to visit it.
My voice reached a high falsetto squeak on the very edge of hysteria. This was the third evening of a field trip, which included about 50 rares, most of them entirely new to us. We were exhausted both mentally and physically.
Soil erosion is one of the major threats to the conservation of our Renosterveld especially in areas which have been historically overgrazed or neglected. Landowners and managers are invited to attend this day of practical advice and opportunity to share ideas regarding the combatting of erosion in Renosterveld and the management of Renosterveld in general.
Spring in the Cape Floristic Region is a time to celebrate the very special beauty and diversity of our natural heritage. The Hermanus Flower Festival has been showcasing the wonders of Spring in the fynbos for over 60 years! This year is no exception. This special event will take place in the Fernkloof Nature Reserve from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th September.
The past few months have involved numerous site visits to the watercourses within the Overberg Wheat-belt to create awareness among landowners about the project as well as develop an understanding on the current status ...