Date 17th April 2021
Time 9am to 1pm
Location Kloofendal Nature Reserve
Bookings For booking and more information please visit the Friends of Kloofendal Website. Please note that this event is limited to 25 participants.
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Eco-Anxiety takes a look at the causes of anxiety, how to reframe anxiety as a driving force for solving the challenges of our time, and building a prosperous new future.
Please wear sensible shoes (no high-heels or flip-flops) and bring a small water bottle. Participants must be reasonably mobile and able. This walk is suitable for children, however, all children must be accompanied by an adult.
You are welcome to spend the rest of the day at Kloofendal. Entrance to the reserve is free, however, there is a nominal free to attend the walk which keeps Friends of Kloofendal operating.
Copies of Jonathan's books will be available for purchase at this event:
Friends of Kloofendal is an open conservation NGO (NPO No 092-239) that focuses on the Kloofendal Nature Reserve in the suburb of Kloofendal in the West of Johannesburg. Our Vision focuses on preservation, ecology and education.
Friends of Kloofendal have been arranging guided nature walks on a wide variety of topics since 2003. Walks last two hours or a little longer and are led by guides who are either recognized experts in their fields or are FGASA qualified.