Gardening for biodiversity

Although the ants were out and about, we wanted to entice a community of residents from the Camphill Village West Coast, a community for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, to the remarkable diversity of plants and the importance of their conservation.

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Iimbovane keeps inspiring young biodiversity enthusiasts

Another school holiday means another Iimbovane workshop! In the first week of October, 19 learners from six Western Cape schools were invited to spend part of the October school holiday camping amongst the pines with the Iimbovane team.

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Clearing Acacias for Mandela Day

In celebration of Mandela Day on July 18th, staff members of DST-NRF Centre for Invasion Biology (C·I·B) joined a group of 150 volunteers who gave their time to help with projects at Camphill Village West Coast.

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Biodiversity beyond what the eye can see

On the 2nd July 2018, 20 intrepid learners, from ten schools across Western Cape, braved icy temperatures to travel to Stellenbosch for Iimbovane’s “Biodiversity beyond what the eye can see” workshop.

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Vegetables, herbs and ants at Camphill Village West Coast!
Camphill residents having fun with the Iimbovane project team and mimicking ants showing off their antennas (Photo credit: James Sleigh)

Vegetables, herbs and ants at Camphill Village West Coast!

On 27 June 2018, the Iimbovane project team intrigued a group of Camphill Village West Coast residents with interesting facts about ants.

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