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One and a half weeks ago, a lovely German girl, Lotte, joined us at Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve.

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IUCN, The International Union for Conservation of Nature, published a World Heritage Outlook 2 -report this week stating that invasive plant species cause increased intensity of wildfires and drying in Western Cape. The report assesses the threats climate change poses to Natural World Heritage sites.

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Over the last two years, CWBR has been partnering with The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment to organise overnight hikes as part of the Adventurous Journey component of The President’s Award Programme (https://www.presidentsaward.co.za/). Last weekend, CWBR hosted a two-day Bronze hike for 4 enthusiastic Cape Town youth currently on their Bronze Level of the Award.

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Last Monday, two of our our volunteers took eFata children out to the Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve farm!

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Last weekend, The Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve, together with Breede Centre, organised an educational camp in the beautiful surroundings of McGregor.

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