Saint Lucia National Trust Documentation Centre
The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is in the process of re-establishing its Documentation Centre, located at the Trust’s Headquarters at the Pigeon Island National Landmark.
The Documentation Centre collects, preserve and make available information which relate to and support the Trust’s mission.
The collection includes information in the following areas:
- Environmental Management
- Environmental policy
- Natural Resource Management
- Marine Environment
- Plant and Wildlife Conservation
- Historical Sites
- Architectural Heritage
Additionally, a wide range of both published and unpublished documents pertaining to Saint Lucia’s historical, cultural and natural heritage is also accessible in varying formats: reports, books,
journals, newspaper clippings, research papers, theses, manuscripts and photographs. Some documents are available in electronic forms as well.
Visits to the Documentation Centre will be possible after it is fully established. In the meantime, persons interested in accessing information on a particular subject may submit an Information Search Form to our Documentation and Information Assistant. The request will then be processed and the individual will be contacted.
Members, visitors and the general public are encouraged to make use of the resources available in the Documentation Centre when conducting their research, school based assessments, school group projects or consultants working on private sector or government projects.