GBPA Committed To Safeguarding Natural Treasures  

Friday 16th, May 2014 / 09:35 Published by

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The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) is a proud sponsor of one of the Bahamas National Trust’s newest fundraising initiatives entitled, ‘The Bahamas, Naturally’.

This high-quality, glossy, informative and entertaining publication is being introduced by BNT as an annual keepsake, capturing stunning images of nature’s wonders in The Bahamas, as well as stories written by seasoned writers, scientists, marine biologists and celebrities.

Making the donation was GBPA Vice Chairman, Sarah St. George, who commended BNT for their efforts, as well as the production of such a quality magazine.  “The role of the Bahamas National Trust is vital to the sustainability of our natural environment.  They are unswerving in their hard work to protect our country’s species, flora and fauna, along with the operation and monitoring of  numerous national parks,” she stated.  “Therefore, we are more than pleased to be able to assist them by means of this worthy gesture.”

BNT representatives heartily thanked GBPA for their ongoing support which will go a long way in helping the Trust to safeguard the treasures of The Bahama islands for future generations.

The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA)
 
Caption: GBPA IS A BNT SUPPORTER: Sarah St. George, Vice Chairman, GBPA (right) presents a cheque to BNT Parks Planner, Lakeisha Anderson (centre), and Sarah Kirkby of Barefoot Marketing, Sales Manager/Publisher of the new BNT magazine, ‘The Bahamas, Naturally’.  The BNT is looking to launch an annual magazine to help Bahamians and visitors know more about The Bahamas’ national parks, the BNT’s work and the conservation efforts to protect the archipelago’s beauty. “We are so grateful for the continued support of the GBPA in all we do,” said Anderson. “Proceeds from the magazine will go towards supporting our work here on Grand Bahama, and throughout The Bahamas.”
 

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