|Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens uses volunteers in 24 different areas, ranging from potting up some plants to pollinating others; teaching school children environmental education to introducing adult visitors to the wonders of the Cape Floral Kingdom; from giving guided tours of the Garden to developing new theme walks; from helping in our libraries to working on the Information Desks.|
|Our volunteers come from all walks of life and have a shared love of the Gardens and a willingness to to be part of the team that keeps Kirstenbosch on the map. They are a dynamic group of people with a wide variety of skills. We endeavour to find a niche to suit all would - be volunteers, and try to ensure that the time they spend here is especially rewarding|
If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering at Kirstenbosch, please contact Tessa Rosier at the Botanical Society Tel 021 671 5468 email .
If you live nearer one of the other NBI Gardens or Research Centres and wish to help, please contact the Garden or Research Centre directly.
Special opportunities also exists for international horticulturists or students wishing to do voluntary work in one of the National Botanical Gardens.
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