Spring Indigenous Plant Sale
3rd & 4th October 2014
Plant sale: It is that time of year again and the Garden Route Botanical Garden is gearing up for a fantastic Spring Indigenous Plant Sale. This year you will have the pleasure of buying plants from a variety of participating nurseries and various other interesting stalls.
RAPPORT PRESENTS: TUSSEN TUINE
ELVIS BLUE LIVE IN THE Garden Route Botanical Garden
Sunday, 12 October 2014
INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS:
The Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust is inviting interested and qualified parties to submit business proposals for developing and operating the licensed Tea Garden and Coffee Shop of the Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust.
ARBOR WEEK - INDIGENOUS TREE SALE
MONDAY 1 SEPTEMBER TILL SATURDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2014
Trees are not the only item for sale at the Arbor Week Tree Sale !!
William John Burchell
George, 19 September 2014
This is a reminder about the WJ Burchell Centenary Commemoration to be held in George on 19 September 2014.
What is Geocaching?
Geochaching treasures can now be found in the Garden Route Botanical Garden ... Find out how to play this exciting game.
The Garden Master Plan, which was introduced at the recent Annual General Meeting, will be available for viewing at the Moriarty Centre during National Science Week (2 - 9 August 2014) along with several architectural concepts for the planned Environmental Education Centre. Garden members and the general public are encouraged to come and view the designs and provide feedback.
Introducing the new Trust and Board portfolios
At the recent Annual General Meeting of the Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust (held Monday 23rd June 2014) four members were voted onto the board of Trustees including 3 new board members Sue Harris, Fahdiel Manuel and John North. Outgoing chairperson Robin Clark was also re-elected as Trustee and will continue to serve on the Finance portfolio of the board. Other Trustees that will remain in office include Colin Ralston, Ken Gie, Lorraine McGibbon, Cingiswa Mtabati, Chris Neethling and Benjamin Walton.
Realstart environmental training sessions at the GRBG
RealStart- an organisation that mentors school leavers aged 17 – 21, in developing holistically and finding career opportunities.