The Nature Conservancy wins Short Documentary on Mangrove Restoration in the Bahamas at the 67th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Conference

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The Nature Conservancy Northern Caribbean program won first prize in the Cinefish Films short documentary category at the 67th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Conference held in Christ Church, Barbados. The film was titled supporting our way of life and focused on the ecological, economical and cultural importance of mangroves as well as collective efforts to restore a degraded mangrove area within the Bonefish Pond National Park on New Providence, Bahamas. The restoration project was supported by the BEST Commission and the United Nations Environment Programme as a part of the Global Environment Facility Full Size Project. Persons that participated in the restoration effort were from The Bahamas National Trust, the Conservancy, The Governor General Youth Award Program, environmental consultants,  the Department of Marine Resources, Young Marine Explorers, and Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation.

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