The NVT is proud to partner with a range of fabulous like minded organisations on many of our programs. Below are some links to their websites, and a brief on our partnership.
BirdLife Plettenberg Bay is a formal partner on all the bird related research programs we run, and on our birding masters and champions program, one of our conservation education programs.
Brackenburn CREW (Conservation, Rehabilitation, Education and Wildlife) is a dynamic group operating on Brackenburn Private Nature Reserve, about 15 minutes drive from Nature's Valley. We partner with them on several conservation programs, assist each other with our volunteer programs, and run combined education outings for school groups.
Wader Quest is a supportive partner for our shorebird research work. We love having some of our programs form part of a bigger international picture, and thanks to Wader Quest, our work on oystercatchers and plovers breeding on our beaches does!
The Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) is a key education and conservation partner. SST heads up the Hope Spot Program in South Africa, is currently leading the establishment of the African Marine Debris Network and collaborates with NVT on several Conservation Education Initiatives.
The Cape Town Research and Conservation initiative is an exciting organisation with similar aims and goals as NVT. We work on joint programs on marine debris, and on disturbance effects on shorebirds.
African Edu-eco Wizard offers a range of different volunteer and training programmes, some of which link with the work of Nature’s Valley Trust.
Ingwe Forest Cabins and Adventures, located in The Crags, partners with NVT in providing teambuilding programmes for local school groups, and programme leading experience for NVT volunteers and interns.
Ingwe and NVT have collaborated to offer the Ingwe Adventurers programme. Using the collective strengths of both organisations, the programme explores the fynbos, forest, and shorelines of Nature's Valley.
The EXPEDITION Project connects inspiring, sustainable projects and individuals with each other and with the resources they need, and it shares their stories with the world.
They have travelled 36 535 km, visited 353 towns & 155 projects, with the help of 405 hospitality partners, to meet and understand the challenges communities face. They then connect projects, communities, ideas and individuals with each other, share their successes and help take them one step further with contacts, expertise and funding.