The outreach team continues to have weekly presence at Ramatau and Maahlamele High Schools with the help of a recent vehicle rental agreement, paid for by donations.
In recent news, the Ramatau Eco Club kids have started their very own dance troupe as part of their fundraising drive. Check out a video of their performances at www.youtu.be/v9ow6uzwmmA
The Bushwise field guide school (www.bushwise.co.za) students have also played their part by organizing and delivering bespoke lessons on the region’s ecology and wildlife conservation to the eco club students.
On the final weekend of September, the Ramatau kids were able to attend the Hoedspruit Sustainable Living Festival and help the festival organizers run the stalls and spread their message.
One of the most promising eco club students, Grace, has had an interview organized at the Southern Cross School in Hoedspruit, an excellent private school that is considering her suitability for a full scholarship! We will bring you news of Grace’s progress and the pending WESSA Eco Schools status of Ramatau and Maahlamele.
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