Durban joins the Fellowship

Yesterday, the River Walk team gathered in Durban to encourage collaboration and participation in the DUCT ‘Mayday for Rivers’ uMngeni walk happening during May and the education campaign which will support it.

Penny Rees did a presentation on the walk and the opportunities to join in the fellowship. Pandora Long gave an overview of DUCT ‘Mayday for Rivers’ Education Programme and extended an invitation for NGO participation.

The meeting, held at the Green Hub at the uMngeni River estuary, was attended by many people from different NGO’s and Government who have an interest and concern for environmental matters.  The enthusiasm at the meeting was wonderful, illustrating that we have got so many good people out there, all doing small bits that when added together become a huge greater whole! It is so inspiring. They are all keen on joining The Fellowship of the River.

The team  visited the spot where the river meets the sand and the walk will end!

Watch this space for more info on all those who will be joining the Fellowship of the River by working with us on this project.

Start your river adventure by clicking the FOLLOW button on the right of this page.


About Nikki Brighton

I live in Howick, between the river and the hills. I enjoy pre-dawn walks in the streets with my dog, sitting on the veranda with crochet and tea, and harvesting vegetables outside the kitchen door.
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One Response to Durban joins the Fellowship

  1. Christie Exall says:

    What an amazing venture, I am proud to be part of it.

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