KNYSNA NEWS - “The value of the iconic Knysna River, its catchment and riparian zone, tributaries, wetlands, intertidal estuary, valley and surrounding countryside as a conservation corridor cannot be underestimated,” says Cobus Meiring, chairperson of the Southern Cape Landowners Initiative.
“As a prime example of what ecological infrastructure entails, the value it holds to the survival and wellbeing of humanity, the Knysna river and all it supports and represents is an invaluable asset to all South Africans.”
The town of Knysna derives and generates almost all of its income as a result of the beauty of its surrounding countryside, and this most precious asset is being subjected to environmental pressure as the countryside is affected by unmanaged invasive alien plants.
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