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Heritage Issues Take Center Stage at Membership Meeting

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The Saint Lucia National Trust is preparing to host its first Quarterly Membership Meeting, for 2017, on March 11th from 1 p.m. at the Bougainvillea Conference Room, Bay Gardens Hotel in Rodney Bay. Trust Members and members of the public interested in learning more about our projects and programmes are encouraged to…

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Maria Islands Tour 2017

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February 25, 2017 was memorable for one main reason, The Maria Islands. The Saint Lucia National Trust in keeping with its mandate to educate, protect and preserve the environment organized a field trip to this location. The group consisting of 40 participants gathered at the National Trust’s Southern Office on Sandy…

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Taking Care of our Mangroves

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World Wetlands Day, which is celebrated on the 2nd of February annually, was established to raise awareness about the importance of wetlands for humanity and the planet. Wetlands such as mangroves and coral reefs, are beneficial to our environment for water purification, flood protection, shoreline stabilization, a habitat…

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Celebrating World Wetlands Day 2017

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The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) and other partners joined in the global effort to preserve wetlands by commemorating World Wetlands Day which is celebrated annually on February 2nd. The theme for this year is ‘Wetlands for Disaster Risk Reduction.’ It speaks to raising awareness and highlighting the vital roles…

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Nobel Laureate Festival 2017 - Walcott House

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The Saint Lucia National Trust hosted a week of activities in celebration of the Nobel Laureate Festival. Although the festival was centered on Sir Arthur Lewis and Sir Derek Walcott, at Walcott House the emphasis was on the Honourable Sir Derek Walcott and his brother Roderick Walcott.

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Raising the Visibility of the Saint Lucia National Trust

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The Governor General Her Excellency Dame Pearlette Louisy issued a challenge to the Saint Lucia National Trust to augment efforts to make its wide-ranging conservation work more visible in the public domain. She congratulated the management, councilors and staff for the work they have undertaken over the past year, and…

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OGP Talk: Jamaica Continues to Walk the Talk of Open Governance

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In June 2012 Jamaica signed Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development. Principle 10 basically seeks to ensure that all individuals are granted access to information about environmental issues, are allowed to participate in decision-making processes and have access to justice in environmental…

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Protecting the Mankote Mangrove

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We first learned of the Integrated Resort Development proposal called the Pearl of the Caribbean by Desert Star Holdings (Caribbean) at a presentation in January 2016. The plan was to construct a race track and ancillary facilities for thoroughbred horses, a marina, hotels and condominiums, waterfront homes, shopping…

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Students of the Saint Lucia School of Music Advocate for Principle 10

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The Director of Orchestras at the Saint Lucia School of Music and member of the Saint Lucia National Trust, Liz Ehrman has seen the importance of involving her students in advocacy efforts to get Saint Lucia and other Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) non-signatory countries to sign on to the LAC Declaration on the…

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Mangrove Tree Planting Tour

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First of all, not being an early morning person, highly appreciative of the fact that the tour of Mankote Mangrove started at a decent hour: around 10 am - presumably to allow the Castries posse to wind their way down to the south. Living in Vieux Fort, it ordinarily requires a visit to Hewanorra Airport on Sunday afternoons…

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Mangrove Discovery Week

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The Saint Lucia National Trust along with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the Departments of Forestry and Fisheries, PCI Media Impact, ECO South Tours, the Au Picon Charcoal and Agricultural Producers and the Grenada Fund for Conservation, are hosting a ‘Mangrove Discovery Week’ from November 14th to 20th.

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Preserving our Caribbean Heritage

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November 8th was probably one of the most memorable days in 2016 as the world waited with bated breath for the outcome of the United States of America Presidential Election. But for members and non-members of the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT), it was an unforgettable evening as Presenter, Mrs. Rudylnn De Four Roberts…

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