Thoughts on extinction

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From: Art and endangered species: eye candy, or action? by Dustin Welbourne “…National Geographic magazine has been publishing brilliant wildlife pictures since 1906, and publishing articles about endangered species earlier still, yet problems persist. In the November 1900 issue of National Geographic John … 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

Gift Guide

A collection of alternative, no-waste, ethical gift ideas Gift a tree or tree ring with GreenpopPlant a tree in honour of the person!www.greenpop.org/gift-trees Give the gift of experience with a Veld and Sea workshop voucher.Valid for up to 6 months … Continued

Knysna initiatives and Greenpop works towards regrowing forests

During Greenpop’s first Eden Festival of Action over 4,000 trees were planted by 265 participants and volunteers. Operating from Peace of Eden Vegan and Eco Lodge in Rheenendal, the festival’s sites spread throughout the surrounding areas ranging from Knysna, Plettenberg Bay and Sedgefield to Touwsranten, … Continued