Children, up to the age of twelve, are taken on day-outings to experience the natural world. They visit local eco-educational centers and natural outdoor areas where they have interactive encounters and learn about animals and nature.
During the building of the ECD school, volunteers joined the children at the old site to assist the teachers and educate the children. They also arranged outings to a farm where the children played in a natural learning environment, enabling them to use all five senses.
Done in collaboration with Athénéé Action Humanitaire and their volunteers
Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve has co-facilitated and collaborated with organizations to arrange camps for youth from many different areas and backgrounds.
For National Water Week in March, Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve, in collaboration with Stellenbosch Municipality Urban Greening, held a Water Wise Festival at Jan Marais Nature Reserve from the 22nd - 24thMarch 2018.
The Biosphere Reserve, invited by Frandevco, got involved with the educational component of the river clean-up program in Franschhoek today.
Last Monday, two of our our volunteers took eFata children out to the Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve farm!