Team lends a helping hand to community

10 January, 2016

Team lends a helping hand to community

10 Jan,2016Working on Fire

The Western Cape Limietberg team  filled  the Limietberg Bosdorp Nature Reserve, community dam with 3000 litres of  water as they suffered a loss due to the dry and windy conditions in the area.

With the help of Cape Nature, hosting partner of Working on Fire Limietberg team, they filled  the damn and dug trenches to allow  the dam to flow.

The community was very grateful for the help of the team in supplying them with running water.

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