The Western Cape Umbrella Association For Conservation of Private Land
The KOUP Area Wide Planning Project

The KOUP Area Wide Planning Project

The KOUP Area Wide Planning Project is creating employment for 28 people, providing them with an income for up to eight months of the year, depending on the availability of funding. Since 2011, the project has created 6300 person days employment, with around 300km of...
Fire Training at the Groenlandberg Conservancy

Fire Training at the Groenlandberg Conservancy

As a member of Conservation at Work, The Groenlandberg Conservancy participated in a free training session on 5 December 2013. Conservation at Work received funding from the Table Mountain Fund to offer environmental training for our members. Enviro Wildfire Services...
Fransmanshoek Conservancy

Fransmanshoek Conservancy

Fransmanshoek Conservancy This conservancy stretching along some beautiful coastline around Vleesbaai, was constituted in 1994. They employed their first student ranger in 2005 and they have since grown stronger and more effective every year. The conservancy was taken...
Case Study: How best to eradicate Spanish Reed

Case Study: How best to eradicate Spanish Reed

Treating of Spanish Reed , Arundo donax Mossie Basson from Rooiberg – Breederivier Conservancy was asked by some members if he could give some guidelines regarding the eradication of “Spaanse riet” . He thought this would also be a good time to link this with...
Insect conservation on farmland

Insect conservation on farmland

The world is a magnificent place, containing a few million species and each of these species exists with a very specific purpose. The Western Cape is a species rich area and thus conservation has high priority. With the current human population growth there is ever...
Cape Peninsula Mammal Atlas Project

Cape Peninsula Mammal Atlas Project

Conservation at Work is collaborating with MammalMap Project through Robin Colyn from NCC Environmental Services. Robin is currently updating distributional data of mammals in the Cape of Good Hope as part of his Masters degree in Conservation Ecology. Conservancies...