The Cederberg Conservancy hosts an annual Open Day to raise awareness among the farming community and to promote conservation initiatives.
An Open Day has been hosted every year since 1998 and a variety of topics have been covered including: Water conservation, Snake awareness, Indigenous fish, Rock art conservation, Spiders, Fossils, Geology of the area and Medicinal plants to name but a few. On different occasions we have had a live cheetah and black eagle to raise awareness of these magnificent animals.
The community has assisted with the planting of cedar seeds and saplings in the mountains and one year we picked up all the rubbish along the road from Algeria to Mount Ceder.
These awareness days are open to members of the public on condition that you book in advance.
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