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    Beacon School Garden

    In 2014 Magda started the garden at Beacon Primary School for Special Needs, armed with just a spade, a fork and wheelbarrow. Months of hard graft later, and she was rewarded with a flattened area that us now a lush garden. “I worked solidly for 3 months removing stones and bushes to Read more [...]

  • Imbali Organic Food Garden

    The pupils of Kylemore High School and Primary School are blessed to have a place where students and teachers can slow down for a few minutes and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. The organic vegetable garden provides the setting for diverse activities to engage students’ interest in environmentally conscious Read more [...]

  • Garden Heroes

    Garden Heroes is a comic to inspire and educate people to grow their own food. The comic educates and equips small scale farmers and is based on sustainable agricultural principals that will show how to start their own vegetable garden and help them and their community become food secure.The comic Read more [...]

  • Mpophomeni Conservation Group

    The group intends to inspire others in their communities to think about their lifestyles with regards to sustainability, resilience, climate change, biodiversity conservation and animal rights. The MCG plan informal work parties to assist people in the area to improve their gardens, grow indigenous plants and food plants. The idea Read more [...]

  • Art of Craft

    The Art of Craft garden is open to anyone for daily inspiration, a place of peace and a continuously growing living example of how to grow your own food and medicine naturally, with low cost. With a balance of trading, within almost 3 years, the expense has been under R3000. Read more [...]

  • Ekukhanyeni Relief Project

    Ekukhanyeni Relief Project is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization that focuses on community upliftment in poverty stricken informal settlements close to Johannesburg, South Africa. In partnership with the local communities, this project supports some vulnerable children by creating self-sustaining communities through its green and holistic design approach to community development. Through Read more [...]

  • PHA Food & Farmer Campaign

      Help our community protect the Philippi Horticulture Area from developers and sand mining: because Cape Town’s food security, water security and soil security depends on it. We working towards declaring the PHA a national asset and the country’s first protected agriculture area.

  • Ephemera Food Share Project

    Foodshare Project runs soup kitchens in Phumlani Village, an impoverished community in cape Town. We use ingredients that are donated by people, local businesses or companies and but mainly ourselves.Our intention is to contribute to the larger cause of ending hunger and poverty in South Africa. We have goals to Read more [...]

  • Greenpop

      Greenpop is on a mission to (re)connect people with our planet. We plant trees and have fun doing it! We run urban greening and reforestation projects, spread environmental awareness wherever we go, and activate people through green festivals and workshops. Join the Greenpop Treevolution by helping us plant thousands Read more [...]

  • Envirochild

      Envirochild is an organisation in Hout Bay, dedicated to transforming our suburb into a healthy, sustainable, prosperous and united community. We believe that a holistic approach, not just green, is essential in preparing for and adapting to the many problems our suburb faces, along with inevitable climate, economic and Read more [...]

  • Urban Harvest

    Urban Harvest is South Africa’s oldest edible garden service. Through the installation, maintenance and support of organic food gardens in Homes, Businesses, Schools and Communities, Urban Harvest makes it easy for South Africans to grow their own fresh, nutrient-rich and chemical free food and have a great time doing it! Read more [...]

  • SANBI Schools Greening Outreach Programme

    Through Environmental Education Centres located in the National Botanical Gardens, skills development, education and awareness programmes are facilitated with schools and communities to increase knowledge about biodiversity. SANBI also hosts students and interns under its various work programme as a means to grow capacity in the biodiversity sector in South Read more [...]

  • Biomimicry SA

    As a regional network of Biomimicry3.8, biomimicrySA promotes the study and imitation of nature’s remarkably efficient designs, bringing together scientists, engineers, architects and innovators who can use those models to create sustainable technologies. This process of consulting life’s genius utilises a clear, proven design methodology, complete with effective implementation tools, Read more [...]

  • Earth Child Project

    We create meaningful and sustainable behavioral change through practical and simple skills learnt through yoga, meditation and being actively in-touch with ones environment. Connecting to oneself, others and the environment is the only way to achieve sustainable transformation.

  • Wessa’s Eco Schools Programme

      We are a national leader in environmental education, investing in youth and facilitating transformation in schools through innovative programmes that offer project-based learning. We work with schools and teachers throughout South Africa to support and improve school curricula with regard to environmental learning thereby, equipping children to live sustainably Read more [...]

  • Woodstock Peace Garden

      A partnership between a Landscaping business (Bruce Beyer Landscaping cc trading as Co-creators) and a school (Alpha School for Autism). An Ubuntu community component with Community Food Gardens, recycling and education opportunities. Open early mornings to late afternoons and sat/sun mornings, you can use this facility in variety of Read more [...]

  • Soil for Life

    Soil for Life is a thriving inner-city urban farm, training centre; venue for hire and showcase edible garden tucked away down a secret road in Constantia. You will be enchanted by the rambling edible garden that tantalizes all of your senses. You will turn into a child who wants to Read more [...]

  • Vegkop Farm PHA

    Vegkop Farm is part of the Phillipi Horticultural Area’s Food & Farming Campaign led up by legendary Nazeer Sonday. There is usually cabbage, spinach,carrots, sweet potatoes, spring onion, celery, parsley, bringal, spinach and much much  more growing. What happens to all that produce you might ask? “We sell it at Read more [...]

  • Ekasi Project Green

    Ekasi Project Green is an urban farming project within the township  by young people from the township. Ekasi Project Green promotes a healthy lifestyle and good nutrition so everyone can be more aware about the food they eat and make good decisions for their health.

  • Ikhaya Garden

      Started in September 2013 as a community based organization, Ikhaya Garden in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, is an organic food gardening and sustainable living project, aiming to involve the youth by creating a connection with nature while strengthening the bond between the school and the community as part of social development. Xolisa is Read more [...]

  • Oude Molen Eco Village

    It is a vibrant and diverse village community that provides jobs, food security and youth development to the local, neighbouring and outlying communities in the region. Here you will find numerous metal, wood and craft enterprises, social projects, food gardens, a public swimming pool and recreation facilities, a frail care Read more [...]

  • Lavender For Lavender Hill

    Lavender in Lavender Hill products are crafted with the highest quality natural ingredients. They are free from petrochemicals, parabens, synthetic fragrances and harmful chemicals. We do not test our products on animals, nor are any of our source products tested on animals. Our lavender tea and cooking herbs are the Read more [...]

  • Harvest of Hope

    Abalimi Bezekhaya  is a non-profit micro-farming organisation that assist impoverished groups and communities within the area of  Cape Flats to establish and maintain their own vegetable gardens, so as to enable them to supplement their existing, inadequate supply of food and create livelihoods. Harvest of Hope was set up as a social Read more [...]

  • Tyisa Nabanye

    Like Alice stepping through the looking glass, a trip up to Erf 81 is the most surprising experience you can have in the middle of the city. Chickens, geese, little lambs and a miniature horse are among the inhabitants of this fantastic farm, where if you follow the potholed road Read more [...]

  • SEED Urban Abundance Centre

      SEED is an established, award-winning non-profit and public benefits organization operating from Mitchells Plain on the Cape Flats. With 12 years experience in pioneering schools Permaculture programs in under-resourced schools in South Africa, SEED has grown the Outdoor Classroom Program to a national reach and is now receiving increasing Read more [...]