Established in 1991, the Umgeni Estuary Conservancy is a body of individuals who through a shared passion for the uMngeni River work to generate an interest and active participation in others to conserve and restore the river and its riparian zones; and its indigenous fauna and flora from Connaught to the estuarine area at the Beachwood Mangroves.
Litter strewn on the Trail and Callisia repens invading the bank
Walking to check on how the hole had been fixed I took a picture of this rubbish just thrown down on to the Trail - most likely from the verge above. In the picture you can clearly also see an invasive plant with small leaves aptly called a ' creeping inch plant' or its official name Callisia repens. It is a declared invasive and needs to be removed. However that is a difficult task on the steep bank here. Source of the invasive plant is just across the road on a bank of the complex on Riverside.