This project has expanded into several schools and communities, with ongoing visits and support from CWBR.
The idea behind the project is that children and young adults are educated to grow their own food. This encourages engagement with their communities and support for each other.
The project started by developing unused concrete pig pens in Delvira 5 years ago. Since then, workshops and training courses have been run showing people how they can use urban landscapes to grow their own food - where many thought it impossible!
Arranged by Balance the Future PTY Ltd, for Mandela Day this year, CWBR joined with a voluntary team from Taquanta again. The project was to revamp the outdoor space in Noah Old Age Home.
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The Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve's team spent two fantastic days in Bonnievale alongside the Bonnie People ECD School Project. The goal was to consult Bonnievale's informal settlement community about their food needs and share methods with them on how to maintain or establish a healthy and productive garden.
"Diversity isn't involved so much with the number of elements in a system as it is with the number of functional connections between these elements. Diversity is not the number of things, but the number of ways in which things work."