Plant 3,000 trees in Africa

by FIKELELA AIDS PROJECT
Feb 28, 2013

The Archbishop of Cape Town replaces alien plants

The Archbishop of Capetown
The Archbishop of Capetown

Bishopscourt is the home of the Archbishop of Cape Town. He realised that the property was breeding alien vegetation which was beginning to spread to other properties. These aliens spread quickly and are often water-guzzlers!

So a meeting was called of the local community to explain to them what these aliens are the the problems that they cause. There was a lot of interest and many people came to the meeting and a lto of interaction took place.  This was followed by a session of getting your hands dirty as they were pulled up and replaced by indigenous plants and trees. 

 

Bishopscourt- information meeting
Bishopscourt- information meeting
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FIKELELA AIDS PROJECT

Location: cape town, western cape - South Africa
Website: http:/​/​www.fikelela.org.za
Project Leader:
rachel mash
Cape Town, Please make a selection South Africa

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