This month, some of the most celebrated Bahamian artists will gather at Abaco Beach Resort and Boat Harbour Marina to share the beauty of their work while protecting the beauty of the Bahamas.
Thousands of Bahamians pledged their love for country by signing the Save The Bays petition seeking protection of Bahamian marine life among other environmental protection measures.
Select students in Grand Bahama will have an extra school day when they return to class in January — and no one is complaining.
Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) recently travelled to Crooked Island and Acklins to share educational programming with local island high school students.
The Bimini Blue Coalition has enlisted serious scientific muscle to strengthen its claims of environmental mismanagement on the tiny island and provide what it considers “a better plan for Bimini.”
After a meeting between local organisers and the Veterinary Medical Association of the Bahamas it was announced that Operation Potcake will move forward as planned… and with even more foreign vets.
The government has finally announced the 3-month December 1 – February 28 closed season for the Nassau Grouper and further notes that it is time for the closed season to be fixed in our legislation.
The sun came out for the second annual Hope Town Turtle Trot, a 5K fun run/walk which benefited Friends of the Environment’s marine conservation and education programs.
Joe Darville, director of the environmental movement Save The Bays, conducted an educational workshop on conservation and the environment for students in Freeport.