Protecting Biodiversity by Empowering People
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Help implement the management plans for the Ntafufu, uMngazi and Mngazana estuaries established by the Port St. Johns Municipality and support nature-based enterprises, including improving the Mngazana estuary canoe trail, expanding the Mngazana mangrove honey business to the Ntafufu estuary, engaging the Port St. Johns Forest Users Association to support craft enterprise development from estuary forest materials, and completing a feasibility study on canoe and fly-fishing at Natafufu.
Strategic Direction:3 Maintain and restore ecosystem function and integrity in the Highland Grasslands and Pondoland corridors