Extreme Hangout Bahamas Workshop

BREEF is uniting young voices for the Environment in a unique student workshop, Extreme Hangout Bahamas!

🌊 Dive into captivating discussions, interactive activities, and inspiring presentations to deepen your understanding of marine conservation, climate change, and sustainability.

🐠 Connect with like-minded peers from Grand Bahama, Cat Island, and New Providence as we embark on an exciting journey to protect our oceans and marine life.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn, grow, and make a difference! Space is limited, so sign up now below!

SIGN UP HERE!

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BESS Application Deadline

Are you a young Bahamian interested in Marine Ecology and conservation? The BESS programme is perfect for you! Applications for our Bahamas Environmental Steward Scholars (BESS) programme 2023-2024 are officially open!

Bahamas Environmental Steward Scholarship applications are accepted now until Feb 15, 2024.

Apply Here!

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BESS Informational Zoom Meeting

Are you interested in learning more about the Bahamas Environmental Stewards Scholarship (BESS) Programme? Join us as alumni and representatives from the Island School & the Bahamas Reef Environmental Educational Foundation (BREEF) share highlights from the program.

This virtual event will take place from 7-8 PM EST on Thursday, December 7th.

Register here to receive a link for the event!

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Spiny Lobster Closed Season

It is Spiny Lobster Closed Season once again! This means that  during the period of April 1st through July 31st  it is an offence for persons to take, capture, have in possession, kill or offer for sale any fresh or live crawfish.

The Caribbean Spiny Lobster, commonly known to Bahamians as crawfish, is the largest fishery, and an important contributor to the economy. It provides many fishers, seafood vendors, processors and exporters with income, and is a popular delicacy for Bahamians and visitors alike which is why it is important that we protect the populations of this species.

The closed season for the spiny lobster corresponds with peak breeding times for crawfish species. Harvesting crawfish during this time reduces the reproductive capacity of the species. In order to uphold Spiny lobster populations we ask you to join BREEF and support the closed season by choosing a different dish!

 

For more information on fisheries regulations please visit  Here  or download the Fishrules app for all Bahamian fisheries regulations. 

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Enter Now! Young Reporters for the Environment National Competition

Topics: Marine Pollution, Climate Change or Loss of Biodiversity

Choose one of the three topics and enter your short article, video or photo today!

All entries must be submitted by April 14, 2024

Win the special grand prize and National recognition for your work!

Click here to register and learn more! 

 

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BREEF Office Closed

The BREEF office at Caves Village Professional Center will

be closed from the 21st December 2022 – 2nd January 2023.

Contact us at breef@breef.org

Happy Holidays!

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BREEF Field Studies Programme

Join BREEF for our Field Studies programme. Learn more about our marine environment while experiencing it first-hand!

Please email mallory@breef.org for more information.

 

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APPLY HERE