SLNT’s Western Chapter participates in Lawòz Festivities 2018

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Press Release - Update on Royal Gaol

SLNT’s Quarterly Membership Meeting Collage 18 August 2018

Invitation to Tender - SLNT Audit

Saint Lucia National Trust (the Trust) was created by the Saint Lucia National Trust Act. (Cap. 6.02 of the Revised laws of Saint Lucia) as a Not for Profit Organization with responsibility to conserve, protect and preserve, as the case may be, the natural and cultural patrimony of Saint Lucia for the enjoyment of present and future generations. Although revenue generation is not its core function, the Trust generates significant income from its operations. It also collects membership dues, grants from philanthropic organisations and donations from individuals and organisations that support its work. The Trust is not subject to taxation according to the statutory instrument by which it was formed.

The registered office of the Trust is located at Pigeon Island, Saint Lucia.

The Fiscal Year for the Trust runs from April to March.

These terms of reference address the requirements for the external audit of the financial statements of the Trust, commencing with the current financial year.

Castries Prison Injunction Order

Open Letter to DCA Regarding Castries Prison

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Thomas Cook axes trips to SeaWorld over animal welfare concerns

Holiday giant Thomas Cook has announced it will stop selling trips to animal parks that keep killer whales. The firm said more than 90% of its customers were concerned about animal welfare. The two parks it will stop selling tickets to as a result are SeaWorld, in Florida, and Loro Parque in Tenerife. Read the entire article: https://www.bbc.com/news/business-44997389

Promoting the Right to a Healthy Environment

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Gros Piton Hike 2018 Collage

Youth Environment Forum 2018 – Sign up today!

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Sign for the Environment

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Whale and Dolphin Watch Thank You Collage

Castries Fire Exhibition Thank you Collage

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THE ESCAZÚ CONVENTION: A Historic Step forward for Environmental Rights

World Oceans Day 2018: Clean Our Ocean

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SLNT’s ‘Our Heritage’ Radio Programme is Back!

Responding to a sargussum Influx

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Spotlight on the Importance of Sharing our Heritage

Urgently Needed: An End to Plastic Pollution

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End Plastic Pollution; Our Lives Depend on it

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Conserving Our Heritage One Action at a Time

From site restoration and management to the conservation of our fauna and flora, from engaging the youth to advocating for policies to ensure the sustainable use and management of Saint Lucia’s natural resources – these and more form the core mandate of the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT), all in an effort to safeguard the island’s rich heritage.

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SLUNCF Quarterly Report January to March 2018

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Students Learn about Marine Turtle Protection

Statement by SLNT on fire at Folk Research Center

Statement by the Saint Lucia National Trust on the fire at the Folk Research Centre Offices

The Saint Lucia National Trust is deeply saddened over the loss of the offices of the Folk Research Centre and the priceless records, paintings and artefacts, which are lost forever. The outstanding work of the Centre must continue, to allow future generations access to our history, cultural expressions and a grounding in what it means to be Saint Lucian. Deepening the understanding of our culture, traditions and folk history are essential inputs in the rounded development of our people and these efforts should be restarted with urgency. Organisations such as the FRC deserve tangible support from government and the private sector for their vital role in the Nation’s development, and the Trust calls on all in a position to do so, to provide immediate emergency assistance and become an active part of the longer-term work.

The Trust stands in solidarity with the FRC and will engage the organisation’s management to explore what assistance we can offer.

Saint Lucia National Trust

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