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PRESS RELEASE – The Saint Lucia National Trust will be undertaking a tree planting exercise which will help build resilience at Sandy Beach, Vieux-Fort.
The exercise is one in a set of soft measures which were recommended to address coastal degradation within the Point Sable Environmental Protection Area (PSEPA).
This initiative is one component of the project “Building Sustainability of the Coastal Communities of Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia and the Pointe Sable Environmental Protection Area (PSEPA)” being implemented by the Trust, with funding support by the United States Government through the Organization of American States (OAS) under the Sustainable Communities in Central America and the Caribbean Project – Phase II.
The Trust requests your assistance on Friday 30th October 2015 at 3:00pm and on Saturday 31st October 2015 at 9:00am to plant trees along Sandy Beach.
We encourage you to invite other volunteers to participate in this activity. In order to finalize preparations interested persons are asked to confirm their participation by Monday 26th October 2015. Should you require further information please contact Mr. Craig Henry or Ms. Kina Nicholas at telephone number 454-5014.
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