Conservation In Amakhala Game Reserve

The conservation ethic has been passed down from the forefathers of the Amakhala Game Reserve (AGR) to the current AGR generation. The farms that joined together to form the AGR have been kept in the same farming families since the 1850s and the concept of sustainable stocking rates and domestic stock clearing of invasive vegetation have been instilled into the reserve since the 1920s.

Family members of the current AGR generation have been recognised with ‘Conservation in Farming’ awards in the 1970s and the 1980s. Some members have even served in the local Soil Conservation Committee, a Department of Agriculture watchdog of farming practice for many years.

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