It was accepted and funded by SANparks for 2 phases. 20 people were employed from within and around Judah Square.

The Khayalethu River was cleaned up, alien vegetation cleared, protected fynbos area fenced and a walking trail created which includes wooden steps and bridges. An information centre and entrance was also built.

This is an ongoing project that has included tourist and school volunteers.

In 2006, the House of Judah (HOJ) was awarded the Community Conservation Award.