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Join the Cayman Islands Mangrove Rangers on Saturday, 24 July for a day of art and fun in celebration of World Mangrove Week, at...
Volunteers taking part in a World Biodiversity Day clean-up removed more than 400 pounds of debris from the West Bay mangrove wetlands around Safehaven on Sunday, 23 May.
The director of the Department of Environment says a cease-and-desist notice has been formally served to a developer who was caught illegally clearing mangroves on the company’s property in Red Bay.
The Central Planning Authority has approved a major new housing development in Red Bay.
Both the Planning Department and the Department of Environment have issued stop notices after the illegal clearing of mangrove in the Red Bay area.
A small but growing group of volunteers is working to protect and preserve ‘the heart of Cayman’ – the mangroves that provide the islands...
The Department of Environment will not recommend prosecution against National Concrete, after a company truck was spotted Monday evening dumping concrete into a mangrove swamp in Red Bay.
Ten young Caymanians have begun training to be mangrove rangers in an initiative spearheaded by Mangrove Education Project director Martin Keeley.
To commemorate World Mangrove Day (26 July), multiple environmental organisations came together to launch an awareness campaign, culminating in an educational kayak event last...
The Mangrove Education Project is seeking a few good Caymanians for its Mangrove Ranger programme which it plans to launch on Sunday as Cayman marks World Mangrove Day.