Inspired by nature

Inspired by nature

Author: Linda Fletcher “In every walk with nature one receives far more than one seeks”John Muir The Gouritz Cluster Biosphere Reserve (GCBR) spans over 3 187 893 hectares from Montagu in the West to Willowmore in the East, and Prince Albert in the North to Still Bay...

Featured Farm: Romanskraal 

Featured Farm: Romanskraal 

Author: Boudine Kruger Romanskraal, situated in the Langeberg mountains near Albertinia, is a beautiful farm with a wide variety of fauna and flora. Unfortunately, as with many other farms in the area, the indigenous flora on this farm seems to be battling to stay...

We Need Your Vote for an exciting new project

We Need Your Vote for an exciting new project

The GCBR has a new project that stands a very good chance of receiving funding from the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA), but we need your help to secure the funding. The project has been selected as a finalist along with five others, and the winner...

Looking Ahead: 2022 – 2025

Looking Ahead: 2022 – 2025

Message from the Chair As important participants in the Gouritz Cluster Biosphere Reserve’s (GCBR) realm, we are excited to engage you in this newsletter to describe our plans for the next four years. This is on the back of a number of successful projects undertaken...

Living on Faith in a Changing Climate

Living on Faith in a Changing Climate

Leliefontein livestock herding The Leliefontein communal area is one of five communal areas in Namaqualand where livestock herding is still a common practice in a vast unfenced grazing lands. In these communal areas you will find many Nama herders with their dogs,...

TOWERLAND WILDERNESS

TOWERLAND WILDERNESS

 A venue beyond the ordinary   Sue Davidoff and Allan Kaplan - founders, stewards and guardians of Towerland Wilderness - are opening this unique and beautiful wilderness home as an intimate venue for small gatherings and events. Whilst usually we able...

A Tribute to Mr Greg Moore

A Tribute to Mr Greg Moore

We are greatly saddened by the recent untimely passing of Mr Greg Moore, one of our keenest project supporters. Before even hearing about the GCBR and our Corridor Rehabilitation Project, Greg had been waging a ceaseless and thankless war against the black wattle and...

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