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The Greater Simonsberg Conservancy      T: 079 276 36 38      F: 086 6613746      E-mail: conservancy@delvera.co.za
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Welcome at the Greater Simonsberg Conservancy. A Non Profit and Public Benefit Organisation, with the aim to support its members in their conservation efforts,as well as providing services in the surrounding communities. The Conservancy is situated in the wine region of Stellenbosch amid rare renosterveld fynbos, just 50 kilometers from Cape Town, South Africa.

NEWS & EVENTS

We are currently 28 members in the GSC (June 2012). We gained 7 new members since January 2012.


Conservancy MTB, trail running and hike dates
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Simonsberg Environmental Education Weekend Activities list
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Launch of the SEE centre
- Article in Die Bruger
- Article in Farmers weekly
- Article in Stellenbosch Gazette


Rustenburg Rare Plant Sale

The Rustenburg Rare Plant Sale happened in April this year. read more



Leopard sighting @ Tokara

On 9 May 2012 a leopard was photographed by a remote-sensing camera on Tokara Wine Estate on the slopes of Simonsberg. Although the CLT Boland Project has heard reports of occasional leopard activity on Simonsberg, this is the first photograph that we’re aware of.. read more


Easter  Nature hunt at Wiesenhof with JJ Rhode - see press clipping



MEMBER
ACTIVITIES
other
Bartinney     green   biodiversity garden
Delheim     events
DelVera outdoor village
Easthill          
Elsenburg          
Glenelly        
Hoog Eind          
Kanonkop        
Knorhoek    
Kromme Rhee         provincial traning facility
Le Bonheur        
Laibach      

Marklew

       
Mitres Edge   greemn green    
Morgenhof   green green green functions
Muratie   events
Quoin Rock      
Remhoogte     wild life
Rustenberg        
Slaley       off road motor biking
sunday market
Thelema        
Timberlea
(Blue Jays)
      tick farmstall
recycling facility
Tokara      
Uitkyk        
Warwick      
Wiesenhof nature reserve
Friend of Conservancy: Dirtopia       bike tracks,
full moon hikes