Boesmans-Kariega Estuary Care
Management Forum

We care for our Estuaries – the heart of our community

Our mission

To ensure responsible and sustainable preservation and use of the Boesmans and Kariega Estuaries and their tributaries and environs from their source to their mouths and the adjacent coastal area.

What we do

Our Estuaries are irreplaceable and must be managed carefully to the mutual benefit for all to enjoy, and to those who depend on them. It is imperative that we protect and care for them.

Recent articles from our blog

Plastic & Recycling

Plastic & Recycling

The 18 September 2020 was National Recycling Day.   Thank you to Business Day for the two articles which appeared in their 18 September 2020 edition. We believe that every day should be Recycling Day and we invite members of our communities to pick up and dispose of...

An unusual and elusive visitor to Kenton-on-Sea

An unusual and elusive visitor to Kenton-on-Sea

In late June and July hippo tracks were found on Kenton Main Beach.  Below: These photos were taken by Mel Arnott on 29 June. It’s not known where it came from or where it went but tracks were once again spotted by Nina Beaufort on 27 July (images below). 

The Kariega Jetty washed upstream

The Kariega Jetty washed upstream

Dave Curran says: ‘In late August a westerly wind driven storm resulted in a strong surge tide in the Kariega Estuary with a consequence being that the slipway jetty broke clean off its mountings. The jetty was found beached on the inland side of the road bridge. An...

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