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Water everywhere and not a drop to drink

As you gaze out over the peninsular surrounded by both the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean it’s hard to imagine the desperate times that are affecting our environment.

Good Hope Volunteers strives to instill conservation ideals throughout our programs. We support organizations that educate the community in water saving techniques as well as the conservation of our natural heritage. Our Cape Nature Conservation project which is situated in Muizenberg, on the outskirts of the city of Cape Town includes an estuary, freshwater wetlands, saltmarshes, a stretch of beach, and several endangered terrestrial vegetation types. The reserve is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna including

433 plant, 150 bird, 32 fish, 28 reptile, 23 mammal and 7 amphibian species.

Volunteers who work at the Cape Nature Conservation project are very involved in the collection of pollution, the conservation of the animals and plants that live on the reserve, as well as the education of school groups which come into the park to learn.

Good Hope Volunteers is proud to be part of the brilliant work being done at the Cape Nature Conservation volunteering project and we invite all volunteers from around the world who would like to share their passion to save the environment. Especially when our ecosystems are faced with such an uncertain future.

To be part of this project, please contact us.