Community Gets its Hands Dirty to Restore Biodiversity

A small group of people are gathering with spades, buckets and plants at a local wetland on a sunny autumn morning in Cape Town, South Africa. They're here to help replant indigenous fynbos in an area that has suffered severe degradation over hundreds of years of exploitation and urban encroachment, writes Melissa Britz for allAfrica.com.

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