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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...

Know your fynbos: Enamoured by everlastings

Have you ever thought it a little strange to hear hikers recounting beautiful ‘fields of Cape Snow’ in the middle of the Cape summer? Syncarpha vestita is indeed our very own form of ‘Cape Snow’ when, between the months of November and January,1 our mountainsides...

Know your fynbos: The private life of pelargoniums

Perhaps the most brilliant feature of pelargoniums is their aromatic scent. Sweet rose, citrus and peppermint are just some of the fragrances you’re likely to get a whiff of while walking through the fynbos with any of these bright, evergreen shrubs are around. Commonly known as...

Out the back door to Orange Kloof Tented Camp

‘We’re almost out of wood’, was the utterance from around the fire, followed by an anxious hush. Temperatures on the mountainside had plummeted when the sun set, and the embers were our only real source of heat. As we sought to hatch a plan as...

Know Your Fynbos: Secrets of Serruria

If Serruria doesn’t sound familiar to you, then the infinitely more romantic ‘blushing bride’ might. The Serruria genus (part of the Proteaceae family) boasts 55 species,1 of which the exquisite Serruria florida or blushing bride, is one.   Doting gentlemen and blushing brides The name ‘blushing bride’ is...

6 ways to green your holiday

Happy holidays! Think about your favourite thing to do over the festive season; then think about how you might be able to make it a little ‘greener’ this year. The planet needs some time-out too. Here are a few ideas to get us all started…   ...