Berg & Breede River Riparian Rehabilitation Project

Date: May 2016 – March 2019

Client:  Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

Services: Riparian Rehabilitation

CLIENT: Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

LOCATION: Berg River (Franschhoek to Hermon), Breede River (Wolseley to Worcester)

START: May 2016 – March 2019

Intaba was awarded a three year tender by Government to rehabilitate portions of the Berg and Breede River as part of their Berg River Improvement Plan. The main aims of the Project are job creation, bank stabilisation, flood attenuation and bio-filtration. Intaba manages a nursery at Kluitjiekraal, where plants are grown for the project. To date, the propagation of more than 360 000 indigenous plants is underway. The sites are monitored on a regular basis and maintenance and alien clearing is undertaken as needed. A staff of 20 people assists with the project.