Celebrating 21 years of conservation success in the Cape Floral Kingdom

This year (13 March 2019) marks 21 years of conservation success in the Cape Floral Kingdom, through the collaborative pioneering conservation work of the Table Mountain Fund (TMF) and its partners.

“It is hard to believe that 21 years have passed since Sir Edmund Hillary, at the initiative of WWF South Africa, launched The Table Mountain Fund, but what an incredible two decades it has been. In that time we have invested over R70 million in more than 300 priority conversation projects throughout the Cape Floral Kingdom,” says Carla Wood of the TMF.

“Over the course of the next few months, we will continue to share our stories of success via our social media platforms and showcase the incredible work that we have achieved together over the past 21 years.  Thank you to each and every one of you for your support over the past 21 years, and for your dedication and commitment to the conservation of our precious fynbos.”

To coincide with TMF’s 21st birthday this year, the organisation has launched a new logo.

 

 

 

 

Visit the Table Mountain Fund website for updated information and the launch of the fund’s new 5-year strategy.

Website:

www.thetablemountainfund.org.za

Written by Marti Kirstein