Our Elephants, Bees, Trees & People Project continually grows from strength to strength.
We have harvested three batches of “elephant-friendly honey” already this year – bottling nearly 65 litres, all of which is now sold out!Read More
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Jejane continues to proactively support conservation initiatives, directly and indirectly. We encourage shareholders to become involved.
Shareholders might have been wondering about the strange ‘boxes’ dangling from trees at Jejane.
This is part of an MSc research project undertaken by Robin Cook through the University of the Witwatersrand’s Centre for African Ecology Lab (South Africa) to test how effective African honeybees are at protecting iconic trees when compared to the tried and tested methods of wire-net protection which does increase the survival rate of tall trees favoured by elephants as food sources.
On 12 February, Francois Oberholzer discovered an injured aardvark on the Southern Boundary road. Evidence indicated that it had been shocked by the electric fence, and then – with its back legs paralysed - had dragged itself some metres away.
Thanks to all shareholders from the baby Box Project Hoedspruit for contributing 12 baby bag for new moms at Tinstwalo Hospital. This is an ongoing project, and for those who would like to remain involved or get involved in the future, this is an ongoing project contact Lauren Porter (14).
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