Category Archives: E2A corridor

Eden to Addo’s initiative on corridor conservation started all the way back in 2006, and it is still going strong. This time around, we are offering you a free download that is part of the Handbook for Landowners Series 1: Towards the Conservation of the Crags Corridor. This eBook is aimed at the landowners of […]

Food for thought. The Great Eden to Addo Adventure is an educational theatre show that is made for our children to enjoy and also learn from. This is an epic adventure of a young girl who meets an elephant who escaped from the circus and joins him to go and meet his grandmother. On the […]

Its the time of water, fire and earth for Eden to Addo – the lack of rain causing drought conditions and resultant fires with much discussion as to how we look after the scorched earth. But first of all we must thank all the kind donors who supported Eden to Addo’s 3 year ” Work, […]

In the wake of the devastating fires in and around Plettenberg Bay, there has been widespread response to the plight of the regions wildlife, particularly the birds, baboons and antelope. While concern for animals is always welcome and under the circumstances understandable, Eden to Addo and Nature’s Valley Trust cautions the community against embarking on […]

In 2013 the second land art piece, “Calling the Herd” will be erected by the world famous land artist, Strijdom van der Merwe, to celebrate the Keurbooms Corridor connecting the Garden of Eden section of the Garden Route National Park to the Tsitsikamma National Park section. The unveiling of the art piece will open the […]