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Friends of the Gardens

National Science Week starts this coming Saturday (2 - 9 Aug) at the Garden Route Botanical Garden. All Welcome. FREE Entrance. See you there.

 

To view the full programme click below. 

NEW POND AT THE GRBG NURSERY

This pond was constructed in a water-logged area of the nursery, solving both the drainage problem and the need for a home for our water-plants.

 

 

Rocket Stoves, Crystallography and more taking off during National Science Week 2014

 

Come to the Garden Route Botanical Garden on 2 to 9 August

 

The Garden Route Botanical Garden is pleased to announce that National Science Week will take place from 2-9 August, 08:00-17:00 daily. The programme will be brimful of science, experiments and experiences for young and old.

 

Introducing the new Trust and Board portfolios
 
At the recent Annual General Meeting of the Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust (held Monday 23rd June 2014) four members were voted onto the board of Trustees including 3 new board members Sue Harris, Fahdiel Manuel and John North. Outgoing chairperson Robin Clark was also re-elected as Trustee and will continue to serve on the Finance portfolio of the board. Other Trustees that will remain in office include Colin Ralston, Ken Gie, Lorraine McGibbon, Cingiswa Mtabati, Chris Neethling and Benjamin Walton.

Ready to plant trees in Rosedale
 
Rosedale is a barren, sprawling and relatively new township across the N2 highway on the way to Pacaltsdorp. A number of organisations and individuals have joined forces to plant trees for the residents who don’t have shade in their yards, for children who have not experienced the thrill of climbing a tree and have had no birds to wake them up in the morning or herald out the day at dusk.

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