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Mangrove Planting & Aquaponics EARTHCARE Eco Kids on the move


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EARTHCARE Eco Kids performed a Mangrove planting exercise at Dover Sound and toured the Aquaponics facility at the Garden of the Groves on Grand Bahama on Saturday, July 21st in celebration of World Mangroves Day now recognized by UNESCO as the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystems.  Students from Grand Bahama and Bimini attended.

 Gail Woon, EARTHCARE Founder observed, Mangrove stands used to be thought of as useless wastelands.  However, scientific research has revealed that mangroves are among the most important ecosystems on this planet...

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