Experts say that the African penguin could be extinct in LESS THAN 10 years. There are only 13,300 breeding pairs of African penguins left today (some penguin species are around 65 million years old).
The Table Mountain Fund has played a vital role in protecting Fynbos across the Overberg. In fact, if you work in the Cape Floral Kingdom here, chances are you’ve at some point received support from this organisation.
The South African Government has chosen to increase the coast’s MPAs from 0,4% to 5% in order to ensure a more protected and thriving ocean. Other new MPAs include Addo Elephant National Park MPA
Established in 2003, the Grootbos Foundation had a vision of conserving the Cape Floral Kingdom and uplifting the communities therein – and has achieved this throughout the years. The Foundation creates sustainable project
Think forests in South Africa, chances are you’ll think of Knysna, right? But did you know the Overberg has its own spectacular set of indigenous forests? They’re not only your entry into an ancient world (with many of these trees more than 1000
ABI member focus: Since 2012, the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust has dedicated its time and passion to protecting the remaining 5% of Renosterveld in the Overberg.