OF the Kogelberg BIOSPHERE

The Kogelberg Biosphere is registered as a Section 21 Not-for-Profit Company. Registration number: 2002/017057/08

The Kogelberg Biosphere is also registered as a Public Benefit Organisation and Non-Profit Organisation.

PBO number: 93002935
NPO number: 133-290

The Kogelberg Biosphere is governed by our Articles of Association and Memorandum of Association.

The Kogelberg Biosphere is managed by the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve Company (KBRC), which brings our projects to life.

The Board of Directors are part of the following task teams:

Directors’ Committee – The Board of Directors are responsible for the sound management of the Kogelberg Biosphere. Meetings take place quarterly where challenges and project progress are discussed.

Technical Committee – The Technical Committee coordinates the long-term implementation of the Kogelberg Biosphere Strategy and advances and represents the common interests of the parties in matters concerning the management of the Kogelberg Biosphere.

Kogelberg Baboon Liaison Committee

Grabouw Development Agency

Community Police Forums and Ward Committee

Table Mountain Group Aquifer Groundwater Monitoring Committee


Wetlands and strategic water sources

Wetlands and strategic water sources

Our Kogelberg Biosphere water systems are a delicate web of wetlands, rivers, dams and aquifers. These components are constantly in flux, and interact with one another in complicated ways. If the 2018 drought taught us anything, it’s that fresh and clean water

Restoring our threatened fynbos through partnerships

Restoring our threatened fynbos through partnerships

Invasive alien clearing in the Kogelberg Biosphere is gaining momentum. Currently we have two teams working for the Kogelberg Biosphere, removing invasive plants off some of our Critically Endangered vegetation.

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