Pearly Beach Conservancy

Pearly Beach Conservancy
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We see Pearly Beach as a CONSERVATION COMMUNITY reinforced by a CONSERVANCY to which every property owner is invited to belong.

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Welcome to Pearly Beach                                                                 

The Pearly Beach Conservation Society was established in December 1991 and during December 2007, the name changed to Pearly Beach Conservancy and is as such registered at CapeNature. The aims of the Conservancy are to promote the conservation, protection and restoration of all natural systems and resources of the Pearly Beach area with particular attention to indigenous plant and animal life.  The rapid development of the area places a huge burden on the remaining fynbos veld and fauna and therefore the Conservancy plays an active role in promoting the importance of eco sensitive planning and development, the establishing of water sensitive indigenous gardens, the conservation of the green belt of natural fynbos veld and the eradication of alien species, eg. Rooikrans, Port Jackson and Manatokka.

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ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES of the Conservancy are R30 for adults or R50 per family. The Conservancy believes that membership is a must for anybody that has an interest in the conservation of our unique area.

Banking Details

Pearly Beach Conservancy / Bewarea

 

ABSA Bank

 Hermanus code 334-812

32 days notice deposit account

No  9201379257

Contact Details

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Blog Posts

Successful stargazing in Pearly Beach

Successful stargazing in Pearly Beach

Published: 26 Apr 2018
By: Jason Stonehewer & Kos Coranaios

A special evening that almost went very wrong!

Star Gazing evening

Star Gazing evening

Published: 14 Apr 2018
By: Kos Coronaios

Come and see the Pearly Beach stars a guided star gazing evening.

Looking after nature pays

Looking after nature pays

Published: 19 Mar 2018
By: Elrina Versfeld

Youth nature club and awap shop activities.

After the fire come the aliens

After the fire come the aliens

Published: 19 Mar 2018
By: Elrina Versfeld

You will not see Aliens over Pearly Beach..

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