We conserve the unique natural heritage resources of the Western Cape for the benefit of all.

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Biodiversity is concerned with the kind of world, and the kind of land, that we want to live in and to pass on to our children and grandchildren.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 03 July 2015

Western Cape’s fynbos boosted by World Heritage Site expansion

Biodiversity conservation in the Western Cape has been given a significant boost as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) approved the extension of the Cape Floral Region Protected Areas (CFRPA) on the World Heritage List.

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Care for Nature, 02 July 2015

Plant Indigenous for
Mandela Day

As part of the Mandela Day campaign this year, we’re urging the public to #plantindigenous4madiba and educate themselves about local flora, and the ways in which we can all contribute to the sustainable conservation of our unique biodiversity.

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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, 25 June 2015

Help put the Cedar back in the Cederberg

Join Just Trees, Red Espresso and CapeNature this weekend for their sixth annual Cedar Tree Planting Day and help put the Cedar back in the Cederberg. 

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Eco-Tourism, Promotions, 19 June 2015

Treat Dad to an experience this Father’s Day!

Not keen on buying your father another pair of socks for Father’s Day this year? Why not treat him to an experience by heading out to a CapeNature reserve!

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