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The Table Mountain Fund 2019 Annual Review

The 2019 financial year was certainly one to look back on with pride, with 45 successful conservation projects running across the Cape Floral Kingdom, which amounted to a conservation spend of R 5.8 million for the year. 2018 also saw the development of the new...

Celebrating our natural heritage

By Mahlatse Mapheto Heritage can be defined as our inheritance, which is what the past has conceded to us, what we value in the present and what we choose to preserve for future generations. This is comprised of cultural and natural heritage. Cultural heritage includes tangible...

Women in Conservation

By Mahlatse Mapheto Environment and Society are not mutually exclusive and in most cases environmental concerns arise from inconsistencies within the broader social matrix. As a social scientist, I never thought I would ever find myself in the conservation sector because in my mind I always...

New Five Year Conservation Strategy

We are pleased to introduce our conservation strategy for the next five years. The new strategy has an amplified human element to it and recognises our beneficiaries as not only nature, but also the people of the Cape Floral Kingdom, our visitors and the future...

A custodian comes of age

Today, 13 March 2019, marks 21 years of conservation success in the world’s smallest floral kingdom, through the pioneering conservation work of the Table Mountain Fund (TMF). Launched by Sir Edmund Hillary at the initiative of WWF South Africa, the Table Mountain Fund has since invested...

TMF Annual Review 2018

The 2018 financial year was an incredibly busy year for the Fund, but one that we look back on with pride. With 51 active conservation projects spread across the Cape Floristic Region (CFR), amounting to a total investment of a little under R5 million for...

New conservation projects announced

TMF is pleased to announce the funding of 14 new conservation projects located throughout the Cape Floristic Region (CFR). We congratulate the new recipients and look forward to working with them over the next three years, as together we protect and restore the rich biodiversity...

Call for concept proposals

1. INTRODUCTION The Table Mountain Fund (TMF) was established in 1998 with funds from local and international sources. TMF is a significant partner of C.A.P.E. (Cape Action for People and the Environment), the multi-stakeholder conservation partnership that drives fynbos conservation efforts. Furthermore, the fund aims...