Updated schedule for Bahamas Conservation Symposium: Exuma 2015

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Save the Dates! Bahamas Conservation Symposium: EXUMA 2015

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What do you think? Take our snorkeling mooring buoy survey!

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Snorkeling moorings featured in Southern Boating magazine!

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You are invited: Bahamas National Trust Community Meeting

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Snorkeling moorings program update

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 to come! A huge effort has been made to get the moorings installed at the most popular snorkeling locations in the eastern end of the harbour off Higgins Landing, between Guana Cay and Elizabeth Island, Fowl Cay, at the two channel markers, and at “the Squeeze” blue hole off Crab Cay. And we will add before the end of the year at Mystery Cave and other locations! The moorings will make it easy and safe for folks to tie up at their favorite snorkeling spots, while also protecting the reefs and seagrass beds that make the harbour so special. We’re in the process of developing a brochure that will provide information about the moorings locations and how to take care of the harbour, so stay tuned. We welcome comments and suggestions, so please send us an email if you have one to: elizabethharbourpartnership@gmail.com For more information about the project, check out this previous post. Thanks to everyone who has made this effort possible so far!

 

 

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New EHCP t-shirts!

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 grouper. The shirts will be available for purchase for $20 at Minns Water Sports. All proceeds will go to helping our organization act to conserve the marine environment of Elizabeth Harbour.

Thank you to those that donated their time and services: Basil Minns, Victory Records, Reggie Air Express, Doe Boi Enterprises

 

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