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Our Fynbos is under threat again.
This time not from Urban Expansion, Agriculture or Alien Invasive Plants.
This time is is from Dogwalkers!!!
Please help us save our Critically Endangered Cape Flats Fynbos - with over 110 threatened and conservation Concern Red List Species - from an initiative by some elite Tokaaiers who want to walk their dogs in a pine plantation due to be harvested and restored back to Fynbos.
Please sign up here:
But please do so in an informed manner.
Our case is here:
(in short: this is one of the last places on earth to sustainably conserve our rich Cape Flats biodiversity)
and the other side is here:
(Fynbos = crime and murder; Fynbos = fire and danger - we want pines to walk our dogs: the 18km of the Constantia Green Belt trails and a dozen urban parks within 500m are not good enough for us)
If you agree, please sign our petition! Please get your friends to as well!
This is our biodiversity heritage at stake.
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