THE GREYTON MOUNTAIN PROJECT
The face of the Riviersonderend mountains overlooking Greyton has some of the most beautiful fynbos in the Western Cape. However, there are over 100,000 invasive pines threatening the delicate ecosystem. Wild Restoration has segmented the areas into high, medium and low density. Working with a group of volunteers, partner organisations and our own crew, we have already made significant progress on clearing these pines. Additional volunteers are invited to help cut down the established pines as well as pull out saplings. Click here to get involved.