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2012

Implementation of Biodiversity Stewardship by the Botanical Society of South Africa in Eight Botanically Significant Sites in the Maputaland Pondoland Hotspot in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Afrique du Sud

CEPF - Protection de la biodiversité par l’autonomisation des personnes

Titre : Implementation of Biodiversity Stewardship by the Botanical Society of South Africa in Eight Botanically Significant Sites in the Maputaland Pondoland Hotspot in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Pays /Région : Afrique du Sud

Durée : Jan 2012 - Oct 2015

Présentation
The Botanical Society of South Africa will work with the provincial land management agency of the province of KwaZulu-Natal, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, and volunteers from the Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers (CREW) to facilitate the stewardship process on privately owned plots of land totaling 12,000 hectares. This includes South Coast grassland and Mistbelt grassland habitat that is the breeding ground of wattled crane, oribi, cycads, and the Hilton daisy (Gerbera aurantiaca). The team will work with land owners, conduct biodiversity site assessments, and contribute to the ultimate designation of these areas as provincial nature reserves.

Bénéficiaire : Botanical Society of South Africa

Financement : US$176,793

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)

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