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A Journey across the South African coastline

Damien Honneysett and Damien Laird walking the South African coastline

Creating Awareness through Walking the South African coastline

Walking the South African coastline : The Green Net welcomed with very warm hearts two inspiring individuals as they visited our South Coast area on Wednesday 18 August.

Damian Honneysett and Damien Laird embarked on an epic journey walking the South African coastline. Covering approximately 3200km with the set intention of promoting, encouraging, and creating an awareness of the Environmental interconnectedness of ‘us’ and our spaces. They are showing just how much we are influencing and impacting conservation along our shores via all media platforms.

Walking to make a difference, sharing smiles, positivity and happiness to Reignite Hope in our wonderful country and with all who follow them on their journey, these two profound gentleman have dedicated themselves to serving their purpose in making a difference in this world.

Educating society on the importance of taking care of our Mother Earth and all the magnificence and abundance which surrounds us, has become extremely vital, and the opportunities that are present for each and everyone to make a real sustainable difference right now; from picking up a piece of litter, to sharing seeds of plants and joy in any way that you can, is going to promote the true prosperity of our wonderful nation and Her people.

We are so honoured to have had the opportunity of catching up with these young men and hearing the stories of their travels thus far, and Applaud them for their commitment and dedication.

The Green Net, an organisation dedicated to the preservation of our Environment and Heritage, including the History and Lifestyle found in the lower south coast of KwaZulu-Natal, a true Paradise and best kept secret!
Based in Port Shepstone, the Green Net focuses on community driven projects and upliftment of the local communities and teaches environmentally sustainable practices that include waste management, food propagation and much more, to ensure that sustainability can be achieved by all who live here.

To support the Green Net’s local gardening projects, see the link below to our ‘Back-a-buddy fundraising campaign that was started in honour of Mandela Day, 2021. The Green Net has been gifted the use of gardens at the local Catholic church – Our Lady Fatima.

https://www.backabuddy.co.za/champion/project/tgn-gardens.

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