To empower the people of the Grenadines to make wise use of their natural resources through environmental education and stewardship-building, sustainable livelihoods, biodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation and strengthening of civil society organizations.
The Grenadines is a place of abundant healthy natural resources managed by resilient interconnected island communities.
Monitoring & Evaluation;
Conservation & Sustainable Development; and
Outreach & Education.
To build the capacity of the local communities in the Grenadines of Grenada and SVG so they can participate in the decision making process;
To influence policy and legislation that will protect and develop the natural resources of the Grenadines; and
To bring about change that is equitable and long lasting for the people of the Grenadines.
Restoration of the Ashton Lagoon ;
Development of the Marine Multi- Use Zoning Plan for the transboundary Grenadines of Grenada and SVG ;
Conducted the first transboundary biophysical monitoring (coral reef);
Launching a Junior Ranger and Community Researches Program; and
Supported the first mariculture (seamoss farming) and Apiculture (honey production) in the Grenadines.