Farmers & grasslands: Symbiosis or fatal decline?

13:00 SAT

South Africa


The 4th in a series of 5 talks brought to you by ShareScreen Africa and AWEI.

In many instances biodiversity conservation is defined as successful when it is in the purist context. We long ago moved from preservation to conservation and perhaps it is time to adapt the terminology. Displacement of human livelihoods is no longer favourable or feasible. Instead, biodiversity conservation and farming have reached a point where collaboration and not agnostic behaviour will allow both to thrive. Grassland management differs from typical savanna environments and consequently needs a different approach to conservation and the management thereof.

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Nkabeng Mzileni, Regional Ecologist, South African National Parks (SANParks)