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Communications

Communication Policy

Kloof Conservancy has a policy to communicate effectively with all members and the community at large and a number of communications channels are used to effect this policy. The channels include:

Kloof Conservancy’s Website

This is our reference site and is accessible to all members and the public at large – it contains information on the mission and values of the organisation, lists of flora and fauna for our area, information on invasive alien plants, lists of all the Conservancy projects, lists of all the reserves and conservancies in the Upper Highway and has a wealth of other information. We see this as our information “reference site”

Kloof Conservancy’s Facebook Page

This is accessible to all members and the public at large – it is very current and has snippets of Conservancy and environmental news as it occurs. A great feature is that it provides an option for feedback from you – our members. If there is something you want to comment on then do so and we would greatly welcome your comments and feedback. It also enables you to add your own “stories” of an environmental nature. So, if you spot something that you think will be of general environmental interest then post it to our page.

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Kloof Conservancy’s Twitter Feed

Also accessible to all members and the public at large – our Twitter feed provides Kloof Conservancy news bytes in under 140 characters.

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Monthly E-NeWsletter

This is a more traditional form of communication aimed at complementing the social media network channels. It is issued on the 15th of every month. The aim is to have a relatively brief and easily readable document and it will report on activities in the previous month and highlight any major activity in the coming month. It will be available only via e-mail and will be sent to all members (including small business and corporate members).

Read it here

The Leopard’s Echo

This is our in-depth bi-annual features report issued in December and June each year – it is aimed at providing in-depth articles on environmental issues which are pertinent to the Kloof area. It is available in electronic format but may be printed in a high quality print format if funds are available.

Read it here