Virtual Tours: British Virgin Islands
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Projects / Conservation Actions

Park management includes preservation of all flora and fauna within the parks, maintenance, and constant upgrading of facilities such as trails and picnic sites, ensuring a pleasurable visitors’ experience and facilitating scientific research. Since the Trust began in 1961, reforestation has been one of its major goals with the replanting of trees at Sage Mountain and Gorda Peak National Parks. The annual Arbour Day celebrations have resulted in the planting of hundreds of mahogany and cedar trees throughout the territory. The Trust is also deeply involved in maintaining the territory’s biodiversity and has led several projects to restore or rehabilitate the Territory’s indigenous species.

Some of the National Parks managed by the National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands.

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