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- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Meet our conservation champions
These environmental leaders in SA's wine industry are collaborating with WWF to tackle their shared environmental risks, protect conservation-worthy land as well as reduce their water usage and implement energy-efficient solutions.
Situated in the Elgin valley, and surrounded by the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve which is classified as a World Heritage Site, the farm is owned by ...
This family-run winery near Paarl is a leader in environmental care and innovation. ...
High on the Helshoogte Pass outside Stellenbosch, Bartinney believes strongly in sustainability and finding the balance between the best farming ...
Boschendal Wines, outside Franschhoek, has an abundance of striking indigenous trees including ironwood, yellowwood, stinkwood and wild olive.
In the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley just outside Hermanus and bordering Fernkloof Nature Reserve is Bouchard Finlayson, a boutique wine farm that has set ...
The vineyards of Cederberg Private Cellar are among the highest in the Western Cape at 1,036 metres above sea level. ...
Situated in the Darling wine region, sister estates Cloof and Burgherspost cooperate closely in both farming and conservation matters. ...
Situated in the Robertson valley, three generations of the De Wet family have realised their responsibilities as custodians of a unique natural ...
Established in 1971, the German family-owned Delheim farm in Stellenbosch also extends to the sister farm of Delvera, creating a total of 364 ...
Caring for the environment has been a longstanding principle at Eikenhof.
With 116 hectares under conservation in the Elgin Valley, Elgin Orchards has cleared alien vegetation from over 85 hectares on the farm, which ...
Purchased in 2002, Gabriëlskloof was renamed after its original owner in 1860, Gabriel le Roux.