Lighthouse Point Editorial

Lighthouse Point Editorial

BREEF’s Executive Director Casuarina McKinney-Lambert was featured in the October 11 edition of the Tribune with her Letter to the Editor regarding Lighthouse Point. “Freedom.” That is what the island of Eleuthera represents, indeed what its name...
Earth Day Snorkel 2018

Earth Day Snorkel 2018

BREEF Earth Day Snorkel 2018 Earth Day is almost here and BREEF would like you to help us celebrate our seas by joining us for an Earth Day Snorkel on Sunday April 22nd! We appreciate the value of our precious marine ecosystems that sustain our way of life! 2018 is...
It’s Officially Open Season for the Nassau Grouper

It’s Officially Open Season for the Nassau Grouper

Let’s be responsible fishers and consumers. Here are some of the fisheries regulations that are in place to protect this iconic species: Grouper and rockfish must weigh at least 3 lbs (approximately 17 inches in length) before being harvested. The use of SCUBA...
Committing to Reduce Single Use Plastics

Committing to Reduce Single Use Plastics

BREEF wrapped up a series of Summer Sea Camps with the New Providence Sea Camp. When campers were not in the water, they were at Ardastra Gardens learning and exploring. A beach cleanup helped campers learn the importance of doing their part to reduce marine plastic...
11 Years of Sea Camp Fun in San Salvador

11 Years of Sea Camp Fun in San Salvador

After all this time, children in San Salvador are still enjoying BREEFs Summer Sea Camps. Over five days in July, campers got to explore seagrass beds, snorkel an open water reef, and decorate garbage cans that were placed around the island, in the hopes of reducing...
A passion for the ocean

A passion for the ocean

Check out this interview with Chasing Coral underwater photographer Richard Vevers who spent nearly four years documenting the bleaching of coral due to global warming. Richard Vevers - Chasing Coral Vevers got involved with the film because of his passion for the...