All Oppenheimer properties are managed according to a biodiversity conservation management plan. In addition to success in ecosystem services, conservation and restoration. The Oppenheimer properties supports many endangered species conservation and threatened habitats.
A number of red data species are recorded on these properties, including many range and habitat restricted species. We have three main goals: to restore the natural environment, to re-establish and protect biological diversity, and to maintain the natural ecological processes across the various properties.
This entails the management of entire ecological systems, including the vegetation and available water resources, in order to maximize the diversity of natural life found across the variety of habitats and to restore vital processes which have in many cases disappeared. The conservation of these environments, which we have inherited as custodians, is of vital importance.