Western Cape High Altitude Teams conduct cleanup

25 October, 2015

Western Cape High Altitude Teams conduct cleanup

25 Oct,2015Fire Awareness

In celebrating International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR), the Newlands High Altitude Team conducted a cleanup and clearing of invasive species within the Driftsands Nature Reserve.

Working on Fire takes pride in the implementation of its Integrated Fire Management practices and the HAT TeamC was glad to do their part in reducing the risks to disasters in this important Nature Reserve.

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