SANCCOB Saving our Seabirds with one Remarkable Decision

SANCCOB, a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 003-134) exists purely because of one person’s decision. Behind this decision is a lot more than a simple “I will do this”. What stands behind SANCCOB and what do they do for the environment … Continued

Pledge Nature Reserve: The Reserve with a Beautiful Story

Pledge Nature Reserve has quite the story behind its origin. This reserve is about 10ha and can be found in the heart of Knysna. Showing off the green vegetation, it’s hard to imagine that it was anything but protected and … Continued

The Passion that Drives Nature Valley Trust

Have you ever tried to do something that you really have a passion for? That passion propels you further than you thought possible. Nature Valley Trust (NVT) has that drive. As such, this non-profit oganisation has reached plenty of remarkable … Continued

VERGE exhibition, Knysna – opening 10 November

Written by Willow Wright Join curator Janet Botes for VERGE, an exhibition where art is not the only entertainment to enjoy. Starting on 10 November and ending on 30 November, you will find yourself visiting more than once to attend … Continued

Knysna Basin Project Forms the Heart of Knysna Conservation

It’s easy to fall in love with Knysna’s ferns, lush forest and fantastic ocean views. But it is also easy to forget about the conservation efforts that help keep it this way. Knysna Basin Project can be seen at the … Continued

Endangered Wildlife Trust Places Hope in All of Us

Endangered Wildlife Trust works not only with other organisations, but also with you and me. They ensure that the community are aware that changes can’t happen without participation. Yes, sometimes things look less than good for the animals. We are … Continued

Magda van der Vloed Brings Together Art and Social Connection

Magda van der Vloed is an artists who shows that art is about creativity, social connection and passion without limiting yourself. These three things are closely connected and is shown throughout her artwork and actions.     Summarizing Magda van … Continued

Learning from History: César Manrique’s Artistic Ventures

When looking at César Manrique’s life, it clear to see his love of art in more than one form. César Manrique (April 1919 – September 1992) lived a full life, attempting and succeeding at many large projects that still affect people today. … Continued

Educate yourself: correspondence course for an environmental certificate

Ever wanted to expand on your knowledge about ecosystems, ecological intelligence, environmental issues and biodiversity development? In June we shared a short course with you by SAN Ecosystems in George, South Africa. But you can learn and get educated in … Continued