My name is Mjacu Nolundi, female and I lived in Cape Town. I was studying at University of Fort Hare towards Bachelor of Agriculture majoring In Extension/Production and I was graduated in 2011. Lucky enough, I got internship with the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform in 2012, under State Land Unit.I am currently employed as Community conservation Officer Intern under Community Conservation Unit at CapeNature and my role is to develop, implement and co-ordinate environmental awareness-raising programmes relating to environmental e.g. wetlands, abor week etc. calendar weeks, holiday programmes and career events as well as provide support with the facilitation.I have been in the environmental field for as early my high school days, tertiary life, and even during my working life. We used to do projects at high school in groups, I did not know we were doing projects on that seeks to prevent environment. In 2009 in order to complete our fist degrees were expected to complete land use project for academic purposes. We were allocated small sites to conduct soil suitability, identify suitable land use practices, and identify enterprises relevant to the site.I would love to be a development technician, helping South African producers. Preaching sustainable ways of doing things underpinned by the pillars sustainable development, namely, enhance productivity, reduction of production risks, and protection of environment- natural resources, economic viability.
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