Our MissionThe mission of the Elizabeth Harbour Conservation Partnership is to guide the ecologically sustainable development of the coastal zone and waters of Elizabeth Harbour with the aim of enhancing tourism, fisheries, and recreational use, through stakeholder education and participation, and collaborative management of harbour facilities, for the benefit of present and future generations.
Category Archives: reef restoration
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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Top priorities for 2013: education and moorings
The fundraising event in April with guest, Fabien Cousteau of Plant A Fish, and the support of patron founding members, has given the EHCP resources to work with! During a recent board meeting, the directors decided that education and habitat … Continue reading
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Elizabeth Harbour has a coral nursery!
After a recent vessel grounding on the eastern end of Elizabeth Harbour, the Exuma community rescued hundreds of corals from the rubble in hopes of saving the reef. In March the Elizabeth Harbour Conservation Partnership partnered with Plant A Fish … Continue reading
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Volunteers save hundreds of corals
The effort to rescue corals and prevent further reef damage at the vessel grounding site between Guana and Fowl Cay has continued since the accident occurred 3 weeks ago. Volunteers from the EHCP, Dive Exuma, and the cruising community have … Continue reading
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