Provinces challenged to manage their land more sustainably

Provinces challenged to manage their land more sustainably

The UNDP-GEF5 Sustainable Land Management (SLM) Project and the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) recently brought Engineering Technicians and LandCare officials together for a unique SLM challenge.

May 2, 2022
A brighter and more sustainable future motivating Cedarville farmers to collaborate

A brighter and more sustainable future motivating Cedarville farmers to collaborate

The Endangered Wildlife Trust takes a participative, solution-orientated approach to saving species, conserving habitats, and benefitting people, including engaging with communities to share knowledge and find solutions. Much of our work takes place outside formally protected areas, on private and communal farmland. We work with all relevant stakeholders in the various landscapes to integrate conservation and agricultural priorities to ensure that livelihoods remain viable and that biodiversity is protected.

May 2, 2022
Riverine Rabbit Camera Trap image
Riverine Rabbit conservation Anysberg

Riverine Rabbit conservation Anysberg

There are few undiscovered natural gems left out there. The Anysberg area is truly one of the most exciting and largely undiscovered gems in South Africa. It is also at the forefront of Riverine Rabbit conservation in the Karoo, South Africa.

Apr 11, 2022
Focusing on sustainable land management in Victoria West

Focusing on sustainable land management in Victoria West

Emerging farmers from the Victoria West and Hutchinson area took part in an Integrated Farm Planning and Management training course held in Victoria West in October.

Nov 12, 2021
Reptile Awareness Day

Reptile Awareness Day

Safe water, sanitation, and hygiene underpin human, animal, and environmental health. Despite considerable progress in addressing these issues globally, in 2017, approximately 1.6 million people died of diarrheal disease.

Nov 12, 2021
Unravelling the mysteries of Riverine Rabbit families

Unravelling the mysteries of Riverine Rabbit families

In another exciting first for conservation, the EWT has captured the first ever photographic evidence of Riverine Rabbit kits (babies) with their mother.

Dec 13, 2019
Deploying new techniques to track lost species

Deploying new techniques to track lost species

The hope of finding the De Winton’s Golden Mole is almost as transient as the mist that passes through the dunes of the West Coast.

Dec 13, 2019
Farm planning prioritised in Prieska

Farm planning prioritised in Prieska

The EWT and the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) combined forces to bring Integrated Farm Planning and Management training to emerging farmers in the Prieska area. This is the second time the course is being presented in the Northern Cape; the first one was held in Loxton in February this year.

Oct 31, 2019