To provide funding to support conservation of biodiversity in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Volcanic Relief Auction
In response to the devastating Volcanic eruption on April 9th, 2021, which covered entire villages in ash, damaged buildings, closed schools and businesses, destroyed crops and livestock, left residents with limited access to clean drinking water, and displaced close to 20,000 people. The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Conservation Fund (SVGCF) is partnering with the Jones Group Inc, spearheaded by Mr. Calvert Jones (owner and founder) to host a Post Volcano Recovery Auction and Conservation Initiative. The auction features 3 local paintings from Calvert Jones and Cheyenne Slater…..
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The hunting season for Agouti, Manicou and Iguana in SVG runs from 1st October to 31st January.
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Botanical Gardens is the oldest in the Western Hemisphere.
Beach Protection Act 1981 (Act No. 10 of 1981)
Long title: An Act to protect the beaches and to prohibit the removal of sand, stones, shingle, gravel and other materials from the shores of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the sea beds adjoining.
“The SVG Conservation Fund has been a blessing to this establishment. Especially in these Covid times and not to mention the eruption of La Soufriere, the support given to our project was incredible. The professionalism and understanding shown by Mr. Vanburn Harry and his staff is what an organization of this caliber needs and definitely shows.”
“I am extremely pleased and delighted to see the fruitful operational reality of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Conservation Fund. We now have a local fund in place to continually provide dedicated funding that can support conservation of our country’s valuable natural and biodiversity assets.”
“The efficiency and dedication of the SVGCF is exemplified by the fact that the TCMP was able to successfully implement the grant project despite the delays as a result of COVID-19 and the volcanic eruption.”