On the 20th of September 2001 the Kruger to Canyons (K2C) Biosphere Reserve was registered in Paris by UNESCO. It became the 411th Biosphere Reserve site to be registered in 94 countries worldwide, acknowledging the global significance of Greater Kruger bioregion, the eastern savannahs and escarpment of South Africa.
The K2C Biosphere Programme is an extensive community-
K2C has 1.4 million ha dedicated to long-
Land uses within the K2C are extremely diverse, and thus relates into a stakeholder base that is not only very large, but also very dynamic and very complex. The main land uses falling within the K2C region include: Conservation; Agriculture; Tourism; Forestry; Mining; Rural Developments and Urban Developments.