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More volunteers from LN Coakley!

After graduation, members of the LN Coakley High School Key Club, Junior Local Government, and conservation enthusiasts were ready to give back to their community. In an amazing effort, the team finished removing all of the remains of the construction … Continue reading

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May field trips to Basil’s Outdoor Classroom a big success!

We are so pleased that the construction of the gazebo on the Eastern end of Stocking Island was completed just in time for the Exuma Foundation’s annual spring field trips with 6th graders from primary schools across Exuma. This year, … Continue reading

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Nearing completion, volunteers jump in!

The construction of “Basil’s Outdoor Classroom” has gone quickly and gotten fantastic support! Many thanks to those who have participated in the dedication fundraiser (see how to support this project here!), our contractor David Smith and his crew, and most … Continue reading

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Building has begun!

Our Building a Park for the Next Generation project has now entered into the construction phase and we are excited to see it start coming together! This “outdoor classroom” structure is in such a beautiful spot on the Eastern end … Continue reading

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Exuma ECO BIZ Challenge!

The challenge starts today! Open to those living on Exuma ages 16-30. Download the Eco Biz Challenge Guidelines and Entry Form

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Moriah Harbour Cay National Park: The “Building a Park for the Next Generation” Project

In December 2017, the Elizabeth Harbour Conservation Partnership was approved to receive a second small grant from the Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Programme. The primary purpose of the “Building a Park for the Next Generation” Project is to promote … Continue reading

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Coral Nursery Notes: Bleaching our corals on clotheslines

No, not really!! But we do have a new clothesline style nursery and there has been a lot of bleaching this season, so it is not a totally misleading headline. Welcome to Coral Nursery Notes. The purpose of creating this … Continue reading

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