November 18, 2015

Cape Nature /C@W/WWF Awards Evening 2015 – Outshoorn

Event Date: 21st October 2015 (All day)

The Annual Cape Nature Stewardship Awards Evening for the Karoo Region was held on 21 October 2015 at Surval Boutique Olive Estate in Outshoorn. Recognition was given to landowners and conservancies for achievement in conservation. This region offers exceptional and very unique challenges for landowners and this evening was held to show appreciation to those who excel in their conservation effort.


Liz Eglington (chairperson of Conservation at Work) representing the Gold Award to John Moodie
Cape Fox Conservancy Gold Award went to Grootvadersbosch Conservancy

Dean Ferreira accepting the Cape Fox Gold Award for Individual Landowner
Dean Ferreira accepting the Cape Fox Gold Award for Individual Landowner

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