Flower Valley Conservation Trust

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Flower Valley Conservation Trust is a public benefit organisation (PBO). The Trust aims to conserve lowland fynbos and empower vulnerable communities. We do this by promoting sustainable fynbos harvesting, and the profitable utilisation of this rich, yet rare, vegetation - found only in a small belt near the southern tip of Africa.

We seek to develop skills in the fynbos industry, and educate youngsters through our Flower Valley School and in schools on surrounding farms and in local villages. The Trust and its school are based on Flower Valley farm near Gansbaai - a botanical treasure in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Operates in: Gansbaai, Western Cape
Established in: January 1999

Non-Profit Organisation Number: 083-402
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Section 21 Company Number:
Trust Number: IT437/1999

Contact person: Heather D'Alton
Phone: 028 425 2218
Fax: 028 425 2855
Physical address: No.1 Heuningberg Building, Sealy Street, Bredasdorp
Postal address: No.1 Heuningberg Building, Sealy Street, Bredasdorp, 7280
Website: www.flowervalley.org.za

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