The mother programme of Living Lands’ effort in creating a living landscape in the Baviaanskloof.
Exploring options for sustainable ecosystem restoration in the Berg River
Mobilising stakeholders and building business cases for restoration of nature
Raising awareness about wetlands benefits and organizing a clean-up day in Khayelitsha
A socio-economic feasibility of entering into a wildlife based enterprise in the Baviaanskloof
Bringing the successful living landscape approach to the Kromme River catchment.
Living Lands has begun working in Mthulu Village as part of the ‘PRESENCE in the Wild Coast’ program
Creating a long-term learning community for biodiversity and land use.
Facilitating a social learning process for landowners in the Compassberg area.
Creating a place for people and wildlife in the western sector of the Baviaanskloof.
Developing a module for the Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve planning domain and beyond.
Pre-feasibility study for higher and safer food production in South-Africa.
Incentive schemes for restoration in the western Algoa water supply area.
Createing a mindset shift towards restoration and sustainability in the Kouga catchment.
Living Lands has been taking part in the Thicket Forum’s organizational committee since 2011.
Mediating the applicability of the Baviaanskloof approach other areas.
Supporting stakeholder participation in the Biodiversity Stewardship programme.
Supporting wildlife management in the Baviaanskloof Nature Reserve – a World Heritage Site.
Baviaanskloof landowners to engage and interact with the Agulhas Plain landowners.
Elemental Equity is a charitable fund utilizing donations and in-kind contributions.
Restoration of ecosystems in the western Baviaanskloof.
This initiative supported individuals in starting up a green business idea or project in the Baviaanskloof.
Focusing on the privately-owned area in the western sector of the Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve.
Ensuring continuity and feedback on the landscape within the PRESENCE Network.
‘Spearhead’ Ecosystem and Landscape Services – a case study from the Baviaanskloof.
Creating a better understanding of the organisations and people working in the Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve.
Forming beneficial and synergistic partnerships for enabling socio-ecological restoration in South Africa.
A hub of knowledge set up at the premises of the Kouga Dam and the Working for Water nursery.