Residents of Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay will meet for a second time with officials on the Northshore Integrated Coastal and Watershed Stabilization Project.
Staff from the Conservation and Fisheries Department, assisted by representatives from the National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands and the Rotaract Club of Tortola planted mangroves at the Brandywine Bay area on Friday April 22.
The Government of the Virgin Islands launched the Energy and Conservation: Education and Awareness Campaign today April 19.
The public is invited to ‘Green It Up!” in territorial solidarity for Earth Day on Friday, April 22.
The public is invited to “Green It Up” and Plant a Mangrove Tree in territorial solidarity for Earth Day 2016.
Scientists have collected samples and recorded data for the Coastal and Watershed Stabilisation project in Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay.
Boaters and other seafarers are being reminded that anchoring in or too close by coral reefs is illegal and persons caught doing so will be fined.
The Government of the Virgin Islands and Virgin Unite co-hosted a two day regional conference this week, to explore the strategies needed to address the future management of the Sargassum seaweed.
Humpback whales will be traveling through the Virgin Islands waters during the early spring season.
The public is notified that humpback whales are expected to travel through the Virgin Islands waters in early spring. Persons are reminded to: