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Eco-Tourism, In the media, 30 April 2015

A Journey to Black Mountain

Late last year, filmmakers from Go Trail Media joined Pearl Izumi ultra trail runner Scott Jaime on a unique pilgrimage into the heart of one of CapeNature’s most special protected areas, Swartberg Nature Reserve, encompassing Die Hel and Gamkaskloof.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 29 April 2015

Help save the Clanwilliam Cedar Tree

On Saturday 16 May 2015 members of the public will have the opportunity to join a unique conservation event in the Cederberg Wilderness Area, when the annual Clanwilliam Cedar tree planting ceremony will take place in the rural village of Heuningvlei.

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Care for Nature, 22 April 2015

Five ways to make a difference this Earth Day

Earth Day is celebrated every year on 22 April, and we’ve rounded up the five top things you can do to get involved in 2015. 

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Eco-Tourism, In the media, 17 April 2015

Bird Island tourism boost hailed by ministers

The local community got a chance to hear all about the tourism upgrades to Lambert’s Bay’s Bird Island on Friday 17 April 2015, with a live broadcast on Radio Namaqualand featuring dignitaries from the Western Cape Provincial Government.

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