GRIN Meeting: 2nd Announcement and Call for Abstracts

The 4th Garden Route Interface and Networking (GRIN) Meeting will take place from 11-13 October 2022 (2 nights, 3 days) at Pine Lake Marina, Sedgefield, South Africa. A post-GRIN Spring School on social-ecological systems research will take place from 14-19 October 2022, in the Garden Route. GRIN provides a space for sharing experiences and latest insights related to the management, research and sustainability of social-ecological systems (e.g. protected areas, working landscapes, estuaries and catchments) from around the world. GRIN aims to be practitioner relevant and specifically cater for managers, rangers and policy makers to share their real-life stories / experiences [...]

2022-05-16T11:09:29+02:00May 16th, 2022|Garden Route, People, SAPECS News|

Building resilient landscapes by linking social networks/capital to ecological infrastructure

This collaborative research project commenced in April 2013 and is funded by the Water Research Commission. The project aims to influence the way natural resource managers and policy makers think about, value and make decisions about ecological infrastructure. The case study area is the Touws River Catchment in the Garden Route and participatory action research will be used to promote meaningful change.

2019-04-02T14:47:32+02:00September 17th, 2013|Associated Projects, Garden Route|
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