Biosphere Living

in the Kogelberg

If you live in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve region, you’re already enjoying Biosphere Life. That means you can already enjoy all that Mother Nature offers you here, in this incredibly special part of the world.

"Know that the world sees the work you are doing here, as part of this biosphere reserve – and is looking to learn from our experiences on creating a sustainable future for people and nature." - Mike du Toit, KBR Chair

Take the next step

You can take the next step, to become even more involved in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. You can join Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve meetings, events and get-togethers, including our AGM.

To learn more about this opportunity, and how to get more involved, get in touch with us. Contact Corlie Hugo on

And remember to include us in your social media posts, by using the hashtag: #BiosphereLiving. 


We are a not-for-profit company and a public benefit organisation. All funds raised therefore go to meeting our motto: Nature for Life.

We can provide 18A tax exemption certificates to donors.
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African penguins: The importance of Stony Point

African penguins: The importance of Stony Point

The African penguin is endemic to South-Western Africa and currently breeds in 27 localities. In the early part of the 20th century the African penguin population was over a million breeding pairs globally, but it

How wildfire impacts on our water

How wildfire impacts on our water

Once a wildfire is extinguished, you may think that it’s the end of the fire. But the impact on biodiversity and ecosystem services will continue to play out for a long time to come. Fire, for example has the