It means you want to make a difference by purchasing an eco-friendly product that won’t harm the environment!
It means you want to make a change!
Our products are all eco-friendly! Some are made from recycled materials, for example recycled paper (our notebooks & pens), recyled plastic bottles (backpacks and pencil cases) and used coffee beans (our fire-lighters)!
We believe strongly in eliminating single-use plastic from our daily lives and we feel that these products will help us all move in the right direction!
Start today by making just ONE positive change!
I run regular beach cleanups and volunteers are always needed!
Bags and gloves are provided (bring reusable gloves if possible).
Nothing like a quick clean-up to get your day started the right way! Do Good… Feel Good!
Follow our Facebook page @Save a Fishie to see when the next cleanup is OR Whatsapp me on 0842335677 to be added to our notice group.
#saveafishie #beachcleanup #leaveonlyfootprints #nomoreplastic #ecofriendly #bamboo #recycle #saveouroceans #saveourseas #biostraws #biofuel #banthebag #NoPlanetB
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact me via one of these methods:
Bothasig, Western Cape, 7441
5 June - 10am - Milnerton Lagoon (meet by Wang Thai)
12 June - 10am - Milnerto Lagoon (meet by Wang Thai).
From 27 June to 4 July I will be attending the Eden Festival of Action where, during this eco camp, we will be planting about 5000 trees, learning about permaculture, bee-keeping, eco-bricking and I will also be running a beach cleanup of course! If you would like to purchase a tree to be planted on your behalf or in memory of a loved one, be sure to email me (before 15 June) on firstname.lastname@example.org. Each tree costs only R120!
With the support of Cape Town Environmental Education Trust (CTEET) and the Table Mountain Fund I have been running beach cleanups with schools. (ending on 31 May) With their support I was able to purchase reusable gloves, waders, gum boots, refreshments for learners and games for post-cleanup fun on the beach! It has been a huge success and thanks to these learners, we have collected a whopping 213 kilograms of litter off the beach and lagoon at Milnerton!