Insights into Farm Management

Insights into Farm Management

With the launch of our first newsletter in 2024, we would like to give an overview of the current agricultural situation at Ghaub. This overview is only a very brief summary, which will be complemented by a series of more detailed reports in the upcoming issues....
Acacias Unveiled

Acacias Unveiled

In this edition of our newsletter, we will take a look at how acacias keep giraffes at bay and why Africa technically no longer has any acacias. We also introduce you to the tree that has become a popular Christmas tree substitute among Namibians. A Christmas Tree...
Heavy wood and feed alternatives

Heavy wood and feed alternatives

In this issue we look at what the so-called ancestor trees are all about and why the blackthorn acacia goes so well with the month September. Herewith the second part of the newsletter series on the flora of the Waterberg. Tasty bush? The vast plains around the...
Flora of the Waterberg

Flora of the Waterberg

The southeastern slope of the Waterberg is ideal to explore the mountain’s world of plants. Waterberg Wilderness private nature reserve offers a “botanical garden” in its valley. Small information boards present facts about trees and other plants along the...
From camel thorn to rock-splitting fig

From camel thorn to rock-splitting fig

Information boards along the trails to the spring of Waterberg Wilderness tell you more about the flora found in the area. We invite you to come and explore this “botanical garden” yourself. The following newsletter is a sneak preview of what awaits you....