Dr Mark Brown: 20 years of conservation in Plett

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20 years of conservation in Plett.
The developing role of the Nature’s Valley Trust

Dr Mark Brown, Program Director, Natures’s Valley Trust.

The Van Plettenberg Historical Society is delighted to announce that Dr Mark Brown will be speaking at our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 14th November. Please join us to hear how the Nature’s Valley Trust has developed over the last 20 years.
This event is open to non-members – everyone welcome.

DATE: Thursday, 14th November 2019
VENUE: The Lounge, Formosa Garden Village, Ferdinand Street, Plettenberg Bay
TIME: 17.30 for 18.00
PRICE: R30 per person

Refreshments will be available after the talk.
RSVP by email to: info@pletthistory.org by Monday 11th November 2019
For further information please email: info@pletthistory.org

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