Since 2003, we have worked with numerous community organizations and educational institutions to inform and educate Virgin Islanders about the wonders of their environmental heritage.
Our environmental information comes not just from institutional sources, but also from our own projects, field research and experimentation to verify or contribute to ‘book sources’.
While our outreach is island-wide, a large portion of our projects occur in and around the nursery habitat Eco-system of Mandahl Bay. This fragile mangal region is public education land and has been designated an Area for Preservation and Restoration (APR) and Area of Particular Concern (APC) by the Legislature of the Virgin Islands.
What we learn, we share … and hope for a better community understanding of our environment and ways to use it to sustainably foster economic success.
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Some of the US Navy Glider FleetPhoto Credit: Jennifer Ervin, Defense Visual Information Distribution Service FLEET OF OCEAN GLIDERS COMING TO THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS Data-collecting underwater drones will support improved hurricane forecasting. Ocean gliders … Continue reading →
Through the generosity of several local families, Hurricanes Irma & Maria Disaster Hardship Scholarships are available for the Environmental Rangers Environmental Heritage S.E.E.R. Program 2018 summer session. These scholarships (valued at $250 per youth) … Continue reading →
360 Shallows Cam (270 degree field of view), Mandahl Bay APC Wilderness Preserve These eight videos represent approximately one hour of 360 degree stand alone camera observation in the shallows on the north edge of … Continue reading →
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