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Josephine Benecke

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Josephine grew up on a farm just south of Johannesburg, which exposed her to open spaces and encouraged her to develop a love for nature at a very young age. Later she attended the Diocesan College for Girls in the Eastern Cape where ...

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on Three Life Lessons Learnt from Water Cans and Rocket Leaves

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10/10, now if only politicians learned that we should only take what we can replenish…

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The Cub’s Den is a fantastic way to get kids into recycling water, gardening and seeing and tasting the fruits of their labour and having fun at the same time. Kids then go back and teach their parents the value of what they have learned. Nice blog Josephine. When growing up in Australia we relied heavily on rain water and were taught at an early age that it was not to be wasted. Water was collected from the sink after dishes were done, laundry tubs and bathwater – which went to watering our garden. Still practice most of this to this day.

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