The Friends of Meadowridge Common are hosting a talk by Prof. Eugene Moll on
a new approach to guarding livestock from predators that promises to halt the killing of predators on commercial farms, restore biodiversity and elevate an age-old livelihood that goes back many generations in South Africa’s history.
Date: Monday 30 October 2017
Time: 7h30 pm
Venue: Meadowridge Library Hall, Howard Drive (opposite the Meadowridge Shopping Centre)
Entry is free, there is secure parking outside the library, and refreshments will be served.
Prof. Eugene Moll is an Extraordinary Professor in the Department of Biodiversity and Conservation Biology of the University of the Western Cape, an Environmental and Eco-tourism Consultant, Nature Guide, and author of many books on trees and diverse articles for Veld & Flora. He has a long an illustrious career in academic botany and ecology, and continues to contribute to this field and promote education therein. His numerous awards include an Honorary Life Membership of the South African Association of Botanists as well as of the Botanical Society of South Africa (BotSoc), he is a recipient of the BotSoc’s Marloth and Flora Conservation Medals. He was awarded the Wildlife and Environmental Society of South Africa’s Gold Medal, for contributions to the conservation of Table Mountain and received the Cape Times Centenary Award for professional contribution to conservation.
This is a unique opportunity to come and hear him talk about his latest project.
The Friends of Meadowridge Common host wildflower walks on the Common, clean-ups and several talks during the year - all of which will be advertised on this webpage and on their Facebook page.

To book a private walk, please phone Fiona Watson at 021 712 0696.

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