Protecting the nature we all rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods

Video gallery In the village of Leliefontein, the removal of invasive poplar trees has increased the supply of fresh water available for human consumption and cleared the way for the restoration of the native wetland ecosystem. This project is improving the biodiversity of the wetlands and increasing the land's value to the local community. Conservation South Africa is a member of the Conservation International (CI) network.