In conversation with Zach Bush, Jay Naidoo & Rutendo Ngara
Boschendal is proud to be hosting a vital fundraising event in support of Project Biome - A Regenerative Strategy for Planet Earth and Peoples.

Our collective future depends on the strategies and solutions we put in place today.
Join us for an informative fundraising event focusing on preserving our planet and its precious finite resources with Project Biome at Boschendal.

26 April, 2023
09H00 – 13H00
Limited early bird tickets are available for R 1800.00 until the 16th April.
Full Price: R 2500.00

Light snacks and refreshments will be served during the event.


Boschendal stands in support of Project Biome’s mission to rewild and regenerate the delicate balance we have with nature and preserve our planet’s precious natural resources.

Join us for this special event to be part of a social collective working to help heal the Earth. Together with our panel of speakers, learn more about how Project Biome aims to promote a regenerative future for all with a range of collaborative strategies.


Zach Bush

Zach Bush MD is a renowned, multi-disciplinary physician of internal medicine, endocrinology, hospice care and an internationally recognised educator on the microbiome as it relates to human health, soil health, food systems, and a regenerative future.

Jay Naidoo

Jay Naidoo is a social activist dedicated to global voluntary work in the field of ecology, nutrition, and intergenerational partnerships. He’s passionate about supporting youth causes that put ecology and indigenous wisdom at their centre and is actively building an international constellation of individuals, organisations and movements that work collaboratively to advance humanity.

Rutendo Ngara

Rutendo Ngara is an African Indigenous Knowledge Systems practitioner and transdisciplinary researcher who has traversed clinical engineering, healthcare technology management, socio-economic development, mathematics, leadership and fashion design. She’s passionate about weaving art, science and spirituality to promote healing and restoration for people and the planet.

Studies have shown that over 75% of our Earth’s land area is degraded, and over 90% could become degraded by 2050. We can no longer afford to stand by and do nothing. Join us on the farm for an informative public discussion with keynote speakers Zach Bush, Jay Naidoo and Rutendo Ngara and help raise vital funds to ensure Project Biome’s success in assisting the delicate carbon and water cycles of our planet.

Be part of the discussion to learn more about how Project Biome aims to promote a regenerative future for all with a range of collaborative strategies.