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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News

Bathawk for the Forever Wild Elephant Conservation Initiative

The Wilderness Foundation, through their Forever Wild Elephant Conservation Initiative and in collaboration with the SATIB Conservation Trust and the Wilderness Conservancy, has donated a 6 cylinder Jabiru Bat Hawk Light Sport Aircraft to the Lugenda Wildlife Reserve, which forms part of the greater Niassa National Reserve in Mozambique.

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Collaboration between the Cape Wheel and Wilderness Foundation

The Wilderness Foundation, through their Forever Wild Rhino Protection Initiative, has signed a 5 year Cause Related Marketing agreement with The Cape Wheel in order to promote and raise funds for conservation activities in Africa.   In terms of the agreement, the Cape Wheel will give a donation for every adult and family ticket sold to the Wilderness Foundation and for its Forever Wild Conservation Programme.

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Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF

Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats

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City Lodge Hotels certified by Green Leaf

The City Lodge Hotel brand within the City Lodge Hotel Group has been certified by the Green Leaf Eco Standard.

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MyBestHopeForWilderness Fulcrum

With interviews filmed at WILD 10 in Salamanca, Spain, October 2013, My Best Hope For Wilderness is what each of those featured in the film desires for Wilderness now and in the future. Those in the film include Sylvia Earle—Explorer-in-Residence of the National Geographic Society, US; Nzioki wa Makau—Chairman of The Tsavo Trust, Kenya; Michael McBride--Founder of the Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge, Alaska;
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Current Projects 2014

Livelihoods

In order to broaden the impact of the Wilderness Foundation’s social intervention programme and to specifically address poverty and youth employment, the Wilderness Foundation has implemented the...Read more

Dassenberg Coastal Catchment Partnership

The Dassenberg Coastal Catchment Partnership (DCCP) is a joint landscape initiative and partnership between the Wilderness Foundation, City of Cape Town, CapeNature, World Wide Fund for Nature – ...Read more

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The Wilderness Foundation approaches its vision in partnership
with a continually expanding family of funders and partners.
We are particularly grateful for the key partnerships listed above.

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Wilderness Foundation, SA

Bank: First National Bank
Account: Wilderness Foundation
Branch code: 211417
Account number: 50750071629
SWIFT NO: FIRNZAJJ900