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Marine Conservation Teacher Training Workshop

Marine Conservation Teacher Training Workshop

In July 2017, 25 teachers from around The Bahamas joined the ranks of over 450 other educators who have participated in BREEF’s annual summer Marine Conservation Teacher Training Workshop over the past 19 years Through hands-on immersion in the environment, these bold...
Spring Field Trip Block and School Road Show Ends

Spring Field Trip Block and School Road Show Ends

BREEF wrapped up its Spring Field Trip Block and School Road Show just in time for the end of the 2017 school year and the beginning of summer. From March 20th – May 19th, BREEF helped teachers enhance their students’ learning experience with engaging coastal field...
Stone Crab Season is Closed!

Stone Crab Season is Closed!

Stone Crab Season is now CLOSED! The closed season runs from June 1st – October 15th. During this closed season, the possession, harvest or sale of fresh product is prohibited. At all times, possession or sale of females is prohibited and the harvest or...
Tippy’s Plastic Pollution Challenge Winners

Tippy’s Plastic Pollution Challenge Winners

Reducing ocean plastic pollution in the Bahamas gets a new advocate from BREEF (Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation), in the form of Tippy the Sea Turtle, the new mascot for keeping our oceans plastic-free. Tippy’s Plastic Pollution Challenge was started...
Exploring marine life in San Salvador gets more hands-on

Exploring marine life in San Salvador gets more hands-on

Locals and tourists in San Salvador can now interact with marine organisms without getting their hair wet. Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) and San Salvador Living Jewels Foundation (SSLJF) unveiled new marine conservation signage and the Sea...
Happy Endangered Species Day

Happy Endangered Species Day

BREEF is celebrating ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY by caring for our endangered corals, Acropora cervicornis, Staghorn Coral.   We are so grateful for all of the benefits we reap from our precious coral reefs: food, tourism, medicines and coastal protection from storm...