Our Board Meeting was held last November at Pit's pub - Little Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas.
New poster We are pleased to annonce that the posters have been delivered to schools throughout the Bahamas early this year. Pre- and post- presentation evaluation survey questions and score sheets have been included in the packages sent to all schools so we hopefully will get some results during the year 2018. Wales antenna BEP Foundation was happy to help
Friends of the Environment has again accomplished a great job with the participation of 12 Schools. The subject this year was « Exploring the Value of Marine Resources ».
Summer 2017 was rich not only relating to donations but experiences on the involvement of all in many and varied projects with the same goal: “Protecting the environment of the Bahamas”.
While BEP is settled on Elbow Cay, we could not ignore its Lightshouse : “The Most Recognized Landmark in Abaco and the Last Light of its Kind in The World »! Without any maintenance, the Lighthouse began to fall into ruin, invaded by rust. In 2016, campaign for its restoration has been launched : The “Diamonds Are Forever” Campaign. To help to finalize the project as quick as possible, BEP Foundation made a reasonable
Because Blue Holes and Caves are part of the Bahamas Environment, BEP Foundation believed it is necessary to preserve not only the Caves and Blue Holes themselves but their access with decks and walk paths. Fires in the middle of the forest are regular on the main island of Abaco and have partially destroyed the access ramp of Ralph’s Cave. With the help
Due to the nature of this experience, BEP just wanted to share with you this priceless moment when you put your energy to save life for the sake of happiness :-). This was the morning of the 14th of August, with “Friends of The environment “
Diane and Charlotte from BMMRO wanted to share with BEP a day out experiencing Mammals. We have been very grateful to the weather forecast on last August 13th, 2017 which could not be any better. Calm sea, windless, and only sun was the perfect day for this 9 hours experience on the sea looking for whales and dolphins. Before that, Diane and Charlotte presented us their objectives and believes in
Dr. Craig Dahlgren is a marine ecologist who studies a wide range of topics related to tropical marine ecosystems. His work includes studies of mangrove and coral reef ecosystems, efficacy of marine protected areas, and population dynamics of fishery species ranging from traditional Caribbean fishery species like Nassau grouper and Caribbean spiny lobster to emerging fisheries like sea cucumbers, parrotfish, sponges and gorgonians. This work has led to
We are happy to present you our sticker. Hope you will find a lot around you, the mark of our passage…