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speaking for the environment
The Waterberg Nature Conservancy
was formed in 1989 by three landowners who believed that they could make a difference in conserving this precious wilderness while also becoming involved in the necessary development strategies that are inevitable in a growing community with ever-changing demographics.
Today, our 70 members represent some 160,000 hectares together employing over 1,000 people. We reflect a variety of bush activities – private reserves and private homes, tourism operations, game ranching, hunting, commercial agriculture, conservation research, environmental education, and small business.
The Conservancy’s objectives are to:
Promote, conserve and protect the fauna, flora and wilderness areas, historical sites, river systems and natural heritage sites within the Waterberg Mountains of Limpopo Province.
Promote and further the common interests of its members in regard to the awareness of environmental issues by way of education, research, sustainable utilization and tourism.
Promote and support the upliftment, education and needs of the people employed within the Conservancy and surrounding rural communities.
Promote, support, or oppose legislation, or other measures, affecting the Conservancy and its members.
Represent its members in dealing with government departments, other authorities and the public generally, and do all such things as may be necessary in the best interests of the Conservancy.