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High North National Park Restoration

Restoration of over 20 keystone tree species to the High North Nation Park.


Bird Conservation

KIDO staff, volunteers, facilitators, students, teachers and community members observed resident and migratory birds at the wetland of Petit Carenage Lilet Sanctuary.

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Nature Guide and Teacher Training

A Nature Guide Training course, organized and run by the KIDO Foundation, with the support of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) and Caribbean Aqua Terrestrial Solutions (CATS).

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Petit Carenage Mangrove Restoration

Using natural-based solutions to restore wetland ecosystems and prevent coastal erosion in Petit Carenage.

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Sea Turtle Conservation

Monitoring nesting Sea Turtles in the proposed National Park area of High North, in Carriacou and adjacent relevant nesting beaches.

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Youth Awareness

Students learning about the causes and effects of climate change on the planet and their island - their lives.


Women Capacity Development Workshop

The Capacity Development Workshop for women, held at KIDO Environmental Learning Centre, trained 15 women in the design and production of upcycled grocery and fashion bags.


Signs and Structures

Across the High North Lilet Sanctuary wooden gazebos, bird observatory, hideout benches and walkways have been placed to increase accessibility and promote Carriacou's eco-trails.

Entering the High North-Anse La Roche Forest zone, since 2000, the eco information booth a
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