CapeNature has succeeded in removing invasive alien plants, considered to be the single biggest threat to the biodiversity of the Western Cape from 119 000 hectares of priority conservation land across the province, over its last financial year and said that the organisation has exceeding its own targets (of clearing invasive plants) by almost 30%.
CapeNature is driven by the vision to establish a successful 'Conservation Economy' - embraced by all citizens of the Western Cape and to transform biodiversity conservation into the foundation of local economic development in the province.
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