Dibanisa: Beach Clean Up

Posted under Eco-Tourism Blog by Grootbos on 6th December 2012
Michelle welcomed the kids with juice and hot dogs and explained about the purpose of cleaning up the beach.

High Nutrient Water from Chicken Coop

Posted under Eco-Tourism Blog by Grootbos on 22nd November 2012
After heavy rains, the soil in the chicken coop becomes saturated. The water that accumulates is full of nutrients that could be used in the garden.

Growing the Future Harvests Organic Potatoes

Posted under Eco-Tourism Blog by Grootbos on 22nd November 2012
Planting potatoes is an easy and fun activity at Growing the Future. The ladies learnt about how to prepare potatoes for planting and how to plant them. By now, they know that this is the easiest crop you can grow. You can eat potatoes to improve your appetite and they cleanse your skin as well.

Dibanisa does a Beach Clean-Up

Posted under Eco-Tourism Blog by Grootbos on 21st November 2012
Our Dibanisa Beach clean-up took place last week. The Dibanisa group met Alouise from the Dyer Island Conservation Trust at the Great White House.

Garden Lodge Gets an Upgrade

Posted under Travel Blog by Grootbos on 15th November 2012
Garden Lodge has recently renovated and improved the Pool Area, Restaurant and Bar. Below is a photo series of the improvements.

Growing the Future visits Madron's Lettuce Farm

Posted under Eco-Tourism Blog by Grootbos on 15th November 2012
The Growing the Future students visited Madron, a lettuce farm in Stanford, to see different varieties of lettuce and herbs.
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