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.
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We’ve made great progress this summer installing moorings and signs at locations around Elizabeth Harbour! Thanks to generous donations of time and materials, we now have signs up at Chat N’ Chill and Minns Water Sports and there are more … Continue reading
We just received these beautiful new t-shirts featuring the green sea turtle we all love to see in the harbour! The design also shows the numerous other creatures that depend on healthy sea grass habitat like crabs, shrimp, conch, and … Continue reading
The EHCP shared a booth with the Bahamas National Trust in the Environmental Expo hosted by Sandals on November 22. The purpose of the event was to bring together various organizations and agencies with an interest in environmental issues to … Continue reading
“We, as proud Exumians, should be eager to contribute in preserving Elizabeth Harbour. The harbour’s natural beauty is enough to make anyone like me, proud of Exuma and what it has to offer. Conserving the environment also enhances the many … Continue reading
Captain Steven Cole of Off Island Adventures shares the view from his office in this video of underwater scenes in Elizabeth Harbour and Moriah Harbour Cay. Thanks Steven!
The Elizabeth Harbour Conservation Partnership has received official notification from the GEF Small Grant Bahamas Programme of The Bahamas that our organization will receive a grant of $19,000 for the installation of small boat moorings at popular snorkeling locations in … Continue reading
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