DICT MAKES DONATION TO SOUTH AFRICAN SHARK CONSERVACY FOLLOWING STORM DAMAGE
November 27, 2008 by dyertrust
On the weekend of August 30th 2008, the Western Cape witnessed a massive cold front that saw high winds and extreme sea conditions which caused significant damage along the whole of the coastline. One of the victims of this harsh storm was the locally based Following the severe storm damage to the SASC research and education facility, the Dyer Island Conservation Trust, under the direction of founder Wilfred Chivell, made a generous donation of R10 000 to the SASC. The donation to the SASC will go towards helping to rebuild much of the damaged materials in the laboratory and education sections of the facility. In association with the Dyer Island Conservation Trust, the South African Shark Conservancy is initiating an exciting ecosystem-based long-term monitoring program in Walker Bay.