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Babylonstoren boasts with 10 ha of critically endangered vegetation. This unique area of natural vegetation is a transitional zone between Swartland Alluvium fynbos and Boland Granite Fynbos. Babylonstoren, in collaboration with Cape Nature, has established a stewardship programme on the farm to ensure the future of this last remaining biodiversity jewel will be conserved.

Babylonstoren is also a member of the Biodiversity and Wine Initiative (BWI). As a member the farm needs to meet several conservation terms and conditions set out by theBWI. This is done to achieve a sustainable future for the farm and surrounding region.

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Babylonstoren, Simondium Road, Franschhoek, 7670, South Africa

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