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environment

Gardening

Abundance of Water

In this video, Alosha shares his knowledge of the current water situation in a drought-stricken South Africa. He also provides us with some great water wise tips and practical solutions for our own gardens and homes so that we too…

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Game Changers

Rat Poisons Kill More than Just Rats

By Laurel Serieys, PhD Cape Leopard Trust, Urban Caracal Project Coordinator University of Cape Town and University of California, Santa Cruz Postdoctoral Researcher Caracal@capeleopard.org.za UrbanCaracal.org Facebook.com/UrbanCaracal 079-837-8814 Rat Poisons Kill More than Just Rats Anticoagulant rat poisons are the most…

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Adventure

High Climbers

By Warren Mayers To be blunt and punny – the state of climbing in South Africa is rocking. Since the ivory gates of apartheid toppled this country has played host to a number of the world’s finest climbers, all of…

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Adventure

Raw Rugged Beauty: The Cederberg Wilderness

Approximately three hours from Cape Town, past the lush green vineyards towards the farmlands beneath the arid mountains, lies the Cederberg wilderness: an expansive “mountain playground” that is a prime spot for camping, hiking, rock climbing, and wildlife spotting. Just…

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Game Changers

Rethink the Bag

Plastic shopping bags…we see them in stores, we see them bunched up in our kitchens, we see them drifting aimlessly through the streets and out to sea. We have become so accustomed to using them that we do not consider…

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Wonder

A Permaculture Perspective

Curious about permaculture or just hearing about it for the first time? Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective (2015) is an amazing new film that will teach you all about this design process and how it can transform our world and heal our systems…

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Adventure

Rocking the Daisies 10th Anniversary

“Play Hard, Tread Lightly” Rocking the Daisies 2015 literally rocked me, physically and mentally. And it’s not just because I attended with a bad case of the flu or crammed into a two-person tent with three people and a backpack…

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