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Migrant Bird Records for Saint Lucia, West Indies

- Written by National Trust

Migrant birds constitute an enriching and yet transient element to St. Lucia’s biodiversity.For the fortunate few who are aware of St. Lucia’s “native” birds, the migratory birds addan interesting and somewhat mysterious element to our wildlife. Their stopoverappearances around home gardens, shorelines or water…

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Rio+20 Conference, June 2012

- Written by National Trust

​At the Rio+20 Conference, world leaders, along with thousands of participants from governments, the private sector, NGOs and other groups, will come together to shape how we can reduce poverty, advance social equity and ensure environmental protection on an ever more crowded planet to get to the future we want.

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The Saint Lucia Racer takes the title of World’s rarest snake

- Written by National Trust

Monday 9th July 2012, West Indies – Conservationists have found the world’s rarest known snake in the Caribbean nation of Saint Lucia. A five-month assessment of the Saint Lucia racer, a small non-venomous snake, has revealed that as few as 18 individuals remain. The racer was once common across Saint Lucia,…

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Eco-South Tours is Formally Launched

- Written by National Trust

The Saint Lucia National Trust formally launched Eco-South Tours Inc. on Tuesday, June 20th, 2012. This launch marks an important milestone in that it is the first time in which the Trust has established a not- for- profit tours’ company to support livelihoods pursuits at the community level. In the words of the…

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SLNT Youth Group visits Cas-en-Bas Amerindian Burial Site

- Written by National Trust

By: Melissa Malanda, National Trust Youth Group Member

The enthusiastic members of the National Trust Environmental Youth Group had an informative tour of the Amerindian burial site at Cas-En-Bas beach on Monday 22nd
June, 2009. On arrival at Anse La Voutte, we were taken to the site by Anna,…

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Driving the Conservation Mandate Forward

- Written by National Trust

Members and staff of the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) gathered at the quaint conference facility at the Morne Coubaril Estate in the historic town of Soufriere for its 35th Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 19th, 2011. The forty-nine (49) members and fifteen (15) staff in attendance, gathered to ascertain…

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447 Trees Planted on 11.11.11 in Saint Lucia

- Written by National Trust

It is amazing how much could be achieved in one day when like minded people come together for a good cause. Approximately 200 persons participated in a „Tree Planting Initiative‟ organized by the Saint Lucia National Trust in collaboration with the Forestry Department on Friday, November 11, 2011. This activity…

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Statement by the Saint Lucia National Trust to its Members & General Public

- Written by National Trust

Members of the Saint Lucia National Trust may have heard recent news items in which the Honourable Minister of Tourism made an unwarranted attack on the Trust for advocating the conservation and sustainable use of Saint Lucia’s beaches and the Queen’s Chain for Saint Lucians. The Minister’s comments…

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