Capacity Building: Urban Farming and Gardening

by Abalimi Bezekhaya - Planters of the Home
Dec 23, 2013

another lovely article

Hello dear Global Giving Friends- this report somehow did not get submitted in May 13 - I had not hit the submit button and only see that now. !

See the well writen article "future on urban farming" attached ! Its still fresh and true!  Its an article written by journalist Dayle Kavonic from Cape Town Magazine with images from famous Amercian photographer Patrick West , who visited in Oct 2012, as well as images  from Abalimi.  

Cape Town Mag is a cosmopolitan on-line magazine set up to promote Cape Town and all its wonders and has a large readership.

Please remember that you, when in Cape Town, are always welcome to come visit and see for yourself what your investment is achieving. I attach also the latest invitation to the Abalimi-Harvest of Hope Tuesday tour, which has some lovely video clip links embedded in it, so you can get an extra feel of what goes down hereabouts. 

Happy Christmas one and all!

All strength and courage for 2014

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Organization Information

Abalimi Bezekhaya - Planters of the Home

Location: Cape Town, Western Cape - South Africa
Website: http:/​/​www.abalimi.org.za
Project Leader:
Rob Small
Resource Mobilisation Leader and Board Secretary
Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa