Check out the latest Word on the Reef issue! See how different community groups are getting involved in coral reef management and conservation. We’ve welcome a couple of new partners who are committed to protecting Guam’s marine environment by learning, exploring through different activities. Summer is almost upon us! In this issue, we’ve shared a few opportunities for Guam students to connect with Guam’s environment in very meaningful ways. So there it is! Read it for yourself and remember to Spread the Word on the Reef. Enjoy WordontheReef_May2015! Click on link for full newsletter. Photo below is only front page.
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We did a guest blog on the All Islands Coral Committee featuring our Adopt-A-Reef initiative to help community and school groups start coral reef monitoring in their village. Then later, expand their village/ school activities to promote environmental stewardship that they think are best to spread their message.
Check it out: Adopt-A-Reef Initiative Begins on Guam.
Explore the All Islands Coral Reef Committee’s blog to see how other areas in the Pacific are protecting their coral reefs and spreading awareness.
In this video, GCCRMP members share what they hope to gain from the Learning Exchange that takes them to Hawaii. Main goal of the Learning Exchange: to explore different ways of working with their communities to promote environmental stewardship through conservation and education. Check out these other videos of experiences from Hawaii here.
Hafa Adai Guam!
Guam Community Coral Reef Monitoring Program’s first newsletter issue is out! See what GCCRMP has been up to lately and how Guam residents have been learning about and/or getting involved with protecting Guam’s coral reefs! Look out for our Member Feature and save the date for our Upcoming Events! Check it out! Click on the link below.
We welcome your comments and suggestions to make our newsletter even better! Share topics of interest to you on Guam’s coral reefs or other sections you would like to see.