October 6, 2015

2015 AGM Held on 3 September 2015

2015 AGM was held on 3 September 2015 @ The Graham & Rhona Beck Skills Centre in Robertson. The following people were nominated to be on the committee for the next term:

Bridget Johnson
Dianne Marais
Dean Fereirra- Drie Kuilen
Heather Epstein – Schepenberg – Sir Lowry Conservancy
John Moodie – Grootvadersbosch Conservancy
Liz Eglington
Mossie Basson – Rooiberg Breed Conservancy

Congratiolations to everyone and may the coming year be prosperous and may great achievemnts be reached!

The pictures below shows our guest speakers for the day, John Moodie and Chris Martens (Cape Nature) presenting exceptional taks that were very informative.

John Moodie presenting a talk on the topic Bees in crises
John Moodie presenting a talk on the topic Bees in crises

John Moodie introducing Chris Martens for his talk on the roll of the landowner in Conservation
John Moodie introducing Chris Martens for his talk on the roll of the landowner in Conservation

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