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Inkcubeko meets Penn State University at Dwesa Reserve, Wildcoast
18th July 2011

In February 2011 Rhodes University botany students spent a weekend with a group of 13 students from Penn State University at Dwesa Nature Reserve on the Transkei Wildcoast. Tony Dold co-ordinated the plant specimen collection activities, a requirement for the Rhodes students, and also gave a presentation to the group about the importance of plants to local communities in the area.

Penn State geography student David Knoppers writes of his "Inkcubeko nendalo" experience : http://www.onearth.org/blog/fitting-culture-into-the-conservation-conversation

(Thanks David!)