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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, 31 August 2015

Arbor Week: Embracing the Cape’s indigenous trees

Arbor week takes place from 1 to 7 September each year, seven days dedicated to appreciating the rich diversity of trees and forested areas we have in South Africa.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 24 August 2015

The Ultimate in Fynbos Beauty at the Cape Floral Kingdom Expo

The most beautiful and exhilarating experience awaits nature lovers and families at the 2015 Cape Floral Kingdom Expo, the biggest indoor fynbos showcase in the world.

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Care for Nature, In the media, Promotions, 24 August 2015

Join Us At The Biodiversity Youth Un-Conference

CapeNature and AgriMega invite the youth to be part the 2015 BIODIVERSITY YOUTH UN-CONFERENCE, which forms part of this year’s Cape Floral Kingdom Expo in Bredasdorp.

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Eco-Tourism, 24 August 2015

Put a Spring in your step!

It’s been a long winter, with loadshedding, plummeting temperatures, and the persistent Cape rain putting a dampener on everyone’s spirits. But the light at the end of the tunnel is coming into view! The sun is coming up earlier, and going down later, and the temperature is rising, thawing us all out after a cold winter.

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