Our key objective is to work towards a future where humans live in harmony with nature. We are making this future a reality by focusing on projects that have both an enabling (influencing policies, markets, knowledge and funding) and an implementation (demonstrating tangible outcomes on the ground) impact.
The Peace Parks dream is to re-establish, renew and preserve large functional ecosystems that transcend man-made boundaries and thereby protecting and regenerating natural and cultural heritage vital to enabling and sustaining a harmonious future for man and the natural world.
We want to empower all working people to perform to the best of their ability every day. We believe in excellent service and products of the highest quality; manufacturing and distributing garments ourselves. This ensures we maintain excellent quality, hold sufficient stock and offer short lead times.
The SA College for Tourism provides professional training to unemployed men and women from impoverished rural backgrounds, to equip them to take up skilled positions in the nature-based tourism industry. In addition to hospitality training, the college offers tracker training through its Tracker Academy, as well as eco-herding skills through a newly launched Herding Academy.
Grasslands are vast landscapes that have the capacity, if properly managed, to address some of humanityÕs most urgent challenges such as water and food insecurity, poverty, and climate change. Currently, grasslands are desertifying at alarming rates. Holistic Management of grasslands results in the regeneration of soils, increased productivity and biological diversity, as well as economic and social well-being.
On our campus in the Greater Kruger National Park, is the perfect classroom to provide working examples for our students to learn conservation theory and best practices in and out of the classroom. As part of "learning by doing", we establish a cycle of innovation and development so our curriculum is constantly evolving. This means that through our various training programmes, we're addressing current conservation training needs and shaping the conservation landscape of the future.
The Cape Leopard Trust is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation engaged in innovative research, conservation and education projects established to facilitate and promote the conservation of biological diversity. The CLT consists of a small, highly dedicated, educated and enthusiastic team, spread across a number of project areas.
WRSA is a registered nonprofit organisation representing the national and international interests of the industry, including the sustainable breeding, conservation, production and marketing of wildlife in South Africa.
Endangered Wildlife Trust
Karoo Vulture Safe Zone
Many of us view the Karoo as one of the last conservation frontiers of South Africa. Vast, wild landscapes that boast rugged mountain ranges, dry riverbeds and wide-open spaces that have stood relatively undisturbed and untransformed for centuries. It is also home to an extraordinary array of large birds of prey, including Verreaux's Eagles, Martial Eagles as well as White-backed and Cape Vultures.