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Cayman’s environmental organisations have joined forces to create a special education focus group to provide curriculum-linked outdoor teaching activities for the local community.
Cayman’s primary school children are literally singing the praises of recycling and waste reduction, with four schools submitting “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” jingles for an Earth Month competition hosted by the Department of Environmental Health.
Residents of Cayman Brac did their part for this year’s Earth Month activities, which kicked off as early as the beginning of March for some.
Brac author Kathleen Bodden-Harris is finally enjoying a well-needed break and some well-deserved time to celebrate.
A lecture and a party were among the public events bringing Earth Month activities to a close on Cayman Brac, with the final event, a talk on recycling, scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 30, at the Brac Public Beach.
A group of determined divers recently did their part for Earth Month in the waters off the West Bay coast, offering up their skills in the fight against the invasive lionfish.
A hands-on presentation on the local mangrove population was one of the latest events taking place on Cayman Brac marking Earth Month.
Earth Month activities kicked off on Cayman Brac with a cleanup at Public Beach.
Along with a busy Earth Month calendar, a number of community events are coming up over the next week:
Earth Day is April 22 but Earth Month starts April 1, and there are plenty of opportunities this month to celebrate Mother Nature in Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac.