Environmental Education

Special environmental education tours arranged for school groups at no charge.

Tel Sue 082 770 0206 or Richard Dean 082 845 9588

e-mail: WklConsResOrg@gmail.com

 

Yondela Nqadala, 2017 intern at Wolwekraal Nature Reserve leading a group on an Environmental Education tour.

Yondela Nqadala, 2017 intern at Wolwekraal Nature Reserve, leading a group on an Environmental Education tour

 

Yondela on the Environmental Education trail

Yondela on the Environmental Education trail

 

Yondela discusses trees on the Reserve

Yondela discusses trees on the Reserve

 

Judy Maguire discusses Late Stone Age tools with Open Day visitors

Judy Maguire discusses Late Stone Age tools with Open Day visitors

Click here for details on our 2015 Open Day

 

The Tamarix clearing team at the 2014 Open Day

Tamarix clearing team at our 2014 Open Day

Click here for details on our 2014 Open Day 

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 Have you ever considered the challenges of conserving near a village?

Click here to see the conservation management challenges which face the Wolwekraal Nature Reserve.

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During May 2014 learners from Prince Albert Primer visited Wolwekraal Nature Reserve:

The first Prince Albert Primer group arrive on their bus Preparing for the Nature Walk
Heading off on the trail An attentive audience
Ivy teaching
A learner with a vygie capsule Learners at the sewage effluent stream
Meraai and medicine plants
Question time!

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 Wolwekraal Nature Reserve  
Natural History for school groups

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Water and Waste management educational tour

 

Clients

Albert College is a private school in Prince Albert. Some of the pupils are involved in research projects taking place at Wolwekraal Nature Reserve. Glenwood House enrolled in the international Eco-Schools programme in 2004. Students from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University are regular visitors to the Wolwekraal Nature Reserve.
 

              

           Prince Albert Primer