The Nature Foundation St. Maarten receives funding from the Resources for Community Resilience (R4CR) Grant Scheme to execute a Monkey Management Research Project and hires project coordinator Alice Manley to execute the research. The research project will be focused on developing a durable Management Plan which can be implemented over the years (if funding is … Continue reading Nature Foundation St. Maarten Starts Monkey Management Research Funded by the Resources for Community Resilience (R4CR) Grant Scheme.
Red Cross and Nature Foundation St. Maarten Re-greening SXM Project will be hosting their final tree-planting event of the year on Saturday December 5th, 2020. The Re-greening SXM Project (an initiative of Red Cross and the Nature Foundation St. Maarten) will be organizing its third and final tree-planting event in Seaside Nature Park. In the … Continue reading Re-greening SXM Project to Launch their Final Tree Planting Event
Last week the Nature Foundation St. Maarten assessed the areas of Middle Region, Madame Estate, Arc Road and Sucker Garden to evaluate the environmental impact of the bushfire that spread throughout those regions in the late hours of Monday, April 20th. “The bushfire significantly damaged the native vegetation and wildlife of St. Maarten, decreasing our … Continue reading Nature Foundation St. Maarten Evaluates the Environmental Impact of Middle Region’s Bushfire
Recently a project to create a greener and more resilient island was launched by the Netherlands Red Cross in collaboration with the Nature Foundation St. Maarten. The Project “Re-greening SXM” aims to restore and build environmental resilience here on St. Maarten and will be executed this year. The Re-greening SXM Project is part of the … Continue reading Netherlands Red Cross in collaboration with the Nature Foundation introduces the Re-greening St Maarten Project.
Last week the Nature Foundation visited the second form of Milton Peters College to teach the students about the importance of our coral reefs and about the Foundation’s Coral Restoration Project. Worldwide coral reefs are declining due to global warming, pollution, overfishing and habitat destruction, St Maarten’s coral reefs are also facing several threats and … Continue reading Nature Foundation Teaches Milton Peters College Students About Coral Reefs, Mangroves and Littering
The topography of St. Maarten is mountainous with lush, green hillsides that slope upward to heights well above 200 meters. The highest peak is Weymouth Hill (382 meters or 1,255 feet) followed by Sentry Hill (341 meters or 1,119 feet) and St. Peters Hill (316 meters or 1,037 feet). This centrally located ring of hills … Continue reading Hillsides