During Hurricane Dorian 73% of all mangroves in Grand Bahama and 40% of the mangroves in nearby Abaco were lost.
These critical Mangrove forests provide essential habitats for biodiversity and commercial fisheries, as well as sequester carbon and especially dampen the effects of wave and storm energy.
How can YOU participate in this mangrove restoration?
FIRST – join us during our community-based training with world-renowned mangrove trainers Mangrove Action Project where we will learn about how we can actively restore mangrove forests in high risk flood zones, learn about Mangroves and learn important restoration skills to combat carbon emissions.
THEN – sign up to become a project assistant or general volunteer