Klipriver-Suikerboschrand Conservancy

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Izele is supported by
Darwin Initiative Wildlands Hans Hoheisen Charitable Trust Critical Ecosystem Partnership fund

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The Klipriver-Suikerboschrand Conservancy was established on the 1 March 2003 and covers 2949,86 ha. Classified as a rural conservancy. Most of the area in the conservancy has been recognised as irreplaceable sites by GDARD Conservancy Plan 2. It borders the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve and has 2 rivers running through it, namely the Klip River and the Riet Spruit. Biggest threat is development

The Klipriver-Suikerboschrand Conservancy was established on the 1 March 2003 and covers 2949,86 ha. Classified as a rural conservancy. Most of the area in the conservancy has been recognised as irreplaceable sites by GDARD Conservancy Plan 2. It borders the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve and has 2 rivers running through it, namely the Klip River and the Riet Spruit. Biggest threat is development