WHERE we do it
Marutswa Forest CEBA
Wildlands’ is working closely with the Bulwer Biosphere to restore the edges of the Marutswa Forest and to secure the key grassland areas associated with the forest. The Marutswa Forest is one of five forests situated in the Sisonke District; these forests are constantly being encroached as the need for land and firewood increases. There are 3 distinct residential areas within this area and Wildlands’ is aiming to move into all of these communities to implement our Trees for Life project and are also planning on establishing a restoration team as well as introducing the Waste-preneur model.
The Sisonke District contains the Marutswa Forest CEBA
Sisonke Initiative: Marutswa Forest CEBA
The Marutswa Forest is one of 5 important forest areas situated around Bulwer town. The forest itself is reasonably intact, but its edges are heavily encroached by alien plants. There are 3 distinct residential areas in walking distance of the forest and thus it is heavily utilised for building ...Read more
Ubuntu Earth – The work we do
At the heart of Wildlands work is the spirit of ‘uBuntu Earth’. uBuntu is an African term that is often translated as “I am who I am because of who we all are.” It speaks to our interconnectedness, our common humanity, goodness and the essence of being human. It says “we do not exist ...Read more