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Community ownership of Wilderness

Posted on Mon August 1, 2016.

Together with the Stanford University Seminar Participants we made time during our Safari to talk to Jerimiah Machavi, who works at the People and Conservation Department at Kruger National Park, Orpen Gate.

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Inspiring Community Gardens

Posted on Fri July 22, 2016.

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow" – Audrey Hepburn

On a Saturday morning the Stanford University Seminar Participants visited the community garden project that Trygive Nxumalo initiated in his home town of Acornhoek.

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First encounter with the wild Makalali

Posted on Wed July 13, 2016.

What a welcome from one of the Makalali prides!

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Energizing City-walk

Posted on Sun July 10, 2016.

“Do your little bit of Good,
where you are.
Little bits of Good, put together,
Overwhelm the world”. Desmond Tutu

On our Safari through North-East South Africa the Stanford University Seminar participants visited wintery Johannesburg for 3 days this June to learn ....

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Wilderness Life Coach

Posted on Tue January 5, 2016.

Wilderness life coach story: On one starlit night we decided at the campfire in our comfortable tented camp to rough it and go out for a three day hike into the reserve with the whole group. Our goal was to reach the Makutswi river, camp out there for two nights and return the third day. Everything we took had to be carried in our backpacks and the whole trip was planned to be on foot. We set off the first morning in a good mood and fast pace but soon we discovered that our backpacks were heavy, the rifle’s got sweaty and the sun was beating down on us...Even in the middle of winter it is hot here during most of the day. With a couple of breaks on our first day trail and a quick encounter with a curious Black Mamba we arrived at the river where we set up camp for our first night. It was a magical place to camp; ”Mawela-wela”, the area is called meaning “going up and down” due to the many little granite and quartz hills in the area.

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