2018 was a busy and rewarding year for The Zandvlei Trust. Please download and read our summary report to get an impression of all the conservation, education and awareness raising activities that were undertaken over the
An exciting project being run by the Cape Town Environmental Education Trust – CTEET in partnership with the City of Cape Town, based at Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve. The project is trying to save a Critically Endangered butterfly, that is
Thank you to everyone who participated on our ZVT Walk and Talk on the 24th of November. We were delighted by the turnout for this event and we’re committed to providing more opportunities to learn about the beauty of the
The Zandvlei Trust cordially invites you to join us for a talk and walk led by the Zandvlei Nature Reserve’s new Manager – Kyran Wright.
Kyran will be telling us about the incredible value that this dynamic estuary provides to both
Muizenberg comes alive in October with the 5th edition of its annual festival that celebrates a place brimming with creativity, culture and innovative citizen action.
The Festival takes place between the 1 and 14 October, and features a range of activities,
Three different activities for Mandela Day on 18th June 2018 :
- The kids had to clear up the vegetable garden in the afternoon and planted the plants they received when visiting Kirstenbosch as part of the Eco-buddies outing coordinated by
Assume the brace position – Zandvlei Estuary
The Zandvlei Estuary and all persons interested or affected by this Estuary have been asked to assume the brace position because there might well be the need for a crash landing.
Two major environmental disasters
I am happy to report that we have managed to successfully move the Raft from where it was bought to the Zandvlei Nature Reserve. ‘we’ actually means – the staff of the Nature Reserve! They moved it on Friday
World Wetlands Day is celebrated every year on 2 February. This day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
The Zandvlei Trust invited the talents of Claire Homewood to ‘pretty up’ a few of the old Municipal buildings surrounding the lower reaches of the Zandvlei Estuary. She also painted the inside walls of the Environmental Education Centre in the