The Wilderness Foundation is a project-driven conservation and leadership organisation that encourages, plans and protects wild lands and wilderness, uplifts the knowledge and lives of citizens and stimulates an environmental ethos among current and future leaders. We envisage a world that has sufficient intact natural ecosystems and wilderness areas that are valued and effectively protected for the benefit of all species.

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Forever Wild

Investec Rhino Lifeline

International Journal of Wilderness

An Extraordinary Journey


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ENVIRONMENT #22

Please see below for the link of the ezine version of Environment Magazine #22.

http://www.environmentmag.co.za/ebook/Env-22


 
R100 000 REWARD OFFERED LINKED TO RHINO POACHING

The Wilderness Foundation expresses its ongoing concern at the recent poaching of 4 white rhino in the Eastern Cape at the Lombardini Game Reserve over the past three weeks. In these poaching incidents, a male as well as a female and her young calf were butchered. The state of the 4th poached rhino is unknown at present. 

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EMBODYING THE HUMAN APPROACH: UMZI WETHU (PART 1)

Click the link provided to read a blog post written by Paul Longe. 

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A TRIBUTE TO IAN PLAYER: GLOBAL WILDERNESS CONSERVATION ICON

Click "read more" to read a tribute to Dr Ian Player published in the International Journal of Wilderness in April 2015.

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WILDERNESS FOUNDATION GLOBAL ANNOUNCES FIRST PATRONS

The Wilderness Foundation Global is proud to announce that acclaimed artist and filmmaker Andrew Levitas and his wife, Classical superstar Katherine Jenkins have become their first Global Patrons.

The couple traveled to South Africa to research locations for Levitas’ upcoming feature film Reignmaker, based on the illegal horn and ivory trade. They were joined by Andrew Muir of the Wilderness Foundation at Shamwari Game Reserve for a hands on education to the rhino poaching crisis, as well as introductions to key people involved in preventing rhino poaching on a daily basis.

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Current Projects 2015

Green Leaf Environmental Standard

Developed by the Wilderness Foundation to address the environmental needs of Africa, the Green Leaf Environmental Standard responds to corporate social responsibility seeking respo...Read more

Khula Nam

After 17 years, the Khula Nam project is still going strong.

Khula Nam is an environmental education and leadership project pioneered by the Wilderness Foundation in 1996. Over 600 trails h...Read more

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