Dear Friends of the Environment,
already the “New Year” 2016 is in full swing – so with no more delay – here the first WESSA Eden Newsletter along with an invitation for the 3rd February – Sue Swain on Biomimicry and further from home:
“Dear fellow Conservation-minded landowners, Partners and Stakeholders,
Attached please find an Invitation and the Agenda for our Annual Karoo Training / Information day, being held at Olive Grove Guest Farm, (Beaufort West) on 25th February 2016.
Please would you also send this invitation on to your Network and whoever else you feel may benefit from attending this day, kindly sponsored by TMF and organised by Conservation@Work. Seats are limited and booking is essential.
We have a full day of very interesting talks given by highly qualified and experienced speakers. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain knowledge, network with like-minded people, and be motivated to continue working sustainable with the land under our Stewardship.
Ingrid du Plessis – Administrator
Conservation at Work
028 316 2774 www.conservationatwork.co.za
And should you be in Cape Town mid-March and be interested in becoming an Invasive Species Consultant the attachment from SAGIC will give more details. (Also in the Newsletter)
As always, feel free to circulate far and wide!