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Water Quality and SASS

The health of a river is often determined by the quality of the water that flows along its course. Due to differences in geology and vegetation, rivers around the country vary with regards to what is termed “healthy”. For example … Continue reading

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Removing alien trees along our river

For most of us the sight of lush green-leafed tress hanging over a gentle flowing river, invokes a sense of serenity and calm. However, it is true what they say, that “too much of a good thing is bad”, and … Continue reading

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Kevin talks to 567’s John Maytham

FOL Chair and one of 4 intrepid Peninsula Paddlers talked briefly to John Maytham on Cape Talk 567 recently. Here what he had to say. The MP3 file will play (stream) in the player below and is about 6MB in … Continue reading

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We paddled across the Peninsula!

It was such a fun thing to do and hopefully we raised some interest and awareness about the state of Cape Town’s waterways. En route we gathered some fascinating stories: great work being done by Zandvlei Trust; private owners along … Continue reading

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