We are very proud to announce that our Dibanisa Project has been shortlisted for the Beyond Sport Awards: Sport for the Environment Award.
We are very proud to introduce our new group of graduates from Green Futures Horticultural and Life Skills College! This is what they have learnt over the past year:
- Plant identification
- An appreciation of fynbos and its ecology
- How to use fynbos in indigenous gardening
- Fynbos propagation and nursery skills
- Garden design, garden establishment and maintenance using water wise techniques
- Numeracy and literacy
- Interpersonal skills
- Basic computers skills
- Basic business skills
All of our graduates are available for employment. For more information about any of them, please contact Susan (firstname.lastname@example.org; 082 436 4730)
Meet our Graduates!
I like working with anything to do with nature. Although I would like to be a guide, I can also do landscaping, design and many other things from my experience at Green Futures.
I can work in a big nursery, do landscaping or anywhere that I can deal with nature. I also wish to further my studies and learn more.
I would like to work in a nursery because I like to work with plants. I know how to do cuttings of fynbos and other indigenous plants. I would like to work with people so that we can help each other.
I learnt more about plants and can do cuttings of special fynbos as well as other plant species. I also like to do landscaping and planting.
I can maintain a garden by weeding, pruning and planting and also propagate plants in the nursery. I am a passionate person and I love nature and taking care of the environment.
William Pheliso (EMPLOYED)
I learnt a lot of different things during my time at Green Futures. I like to do garden maintenance or landscaping.