Backsberg Earth Centre

Off R44
Paarl , 7625
Cape Town
WC

Backsberg Earth Centre

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The Earth Centre, a collaboration between Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) and Backsberg Estate Cellars, will open as an information hub, workshop venue and learning centre. It will provide a space for sustainable development and climate change action, inspiration, education and solutions.

This cob, solar-powered building on Backsberg Estate, 30 km from Cape Town, will also form the base from which FTFA will operate in the Western Cape. Both FTFA and Backsberg have a strong environmental commitment and the Earth Centre is the product of their shared vision for visible change. Through the centre, Backsberg and FTFA hope to promote practical solutions for a world in transition. Backsberg proprietor, Michael Back says the centre will open as a “work in progress”, and that there are many exciting developments to come.

(021) 875 5141.

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