Access Week 2023
CapeNature's 9th annual Access Week will take place from September 23-29, during which visitors can access 24 selected nature reserves in the Western Cape for free.
Tourism Month Panel Discussion
In celebration of global Tourism Month theme TOURSIM & GREEN INVESTMENTS, CapeNature is hosting an in-person panel discussion event, taking place this week.
We are excited to announce the #Don'tBeTrashy Drive that will start during the month of September.
The drive includes calendar days such as National Clean Up Day celebrated on 18 September, International Coastal Clean Up Day celebrated on 21 September, and Recycle Week celebrated between 20-26 September.
CapeNature and the Grootbos Green Futures Foundation
CapeNature and the Grootbos Green Futures Foundation joined hands to address alien clearing in the Walker Bay Complex and provide skills training through the Foundation's Green Futures College.
Solving The Strippy Saga of the Cape Mountain Zebra
At the annual Fynbos Forum, will showcase their work on the conservation of the Cape Mountain Zebra. The presentation will highlight the progress made in protecting this endangered species and the challenges that still lie ahead.
The Garden Route Film Festival
The Garden Route Film Festival will be held from 2-5 August in Mossel Bay, and CapeNature will be participating in this event.
This is an exceptional boost for our local economy, and we are looking forward to seeing you there. Tickets are limited, so don't miss out!
Snare Free Launch
CapeNature is thrilled to share the launch of a new initiative to protect wildlife from snares in the Western Cape!
CapeNature Support Schools and Communities With Sustainable Indigenous Gardens
We recently launched a new project called Greening Initiatives under our Plant One Million Trees campaign.
EE Friends Book Launch at Stony Point
The Western Cape Environmental Education Friends Handbook was a collaborative undertaking to highlight environmental education offerings that each partner has to offer.