This interactive story map takes readers on a visual journey to 11 of the world’s most 'at risk' forests, from Borneo to East Africa, The Amazon, Australia and beyond...
*Storymap © Alan Crowe / Crowes Sawmills
Water is at the heart of the removal of invasive alien plant (IAP) species in water-scarce South Africa – and
By Gareth CoombsCape Ash (Ekebergia capensis) is a large semi-deciduous tree that naturally occurs along the entire coast from Cape
Vergelegen, the 321-year-old Somerset West wine estate, has unveiled plans to develop a 54 hectare botanical garden devoted to trees.
Cape Plum - Harpephyllum caffrum – Anacardiaceae; Wildepruim (Afrikaans); Umgwenya (Xhosa/Zulu) – is an attractive forest tree that thrives in
By Lize Joubert-van der Merwe, Dept Conservation Ecology and Entomology, Stellenbosch University The living spaces of animals are diverse. But
Wood grown in South Africa’s plantations is increasingly being used not only in the built environment and to make paper