✨Grants now available. First call for proposal 2019✨
The Makoté Mangrove is a 40 ha basin mangrove; it is the largest mangrove in Saint Lucia, representing 20% of the totalmangrove area in Saint Lucia (Portecop and Benito-Espinal 1985).
Children learn about our environment and how they can protect their future livelihoods.
The White-breasted Thrasher (Ramphocinclus brachyurus), also known as gòjblan in Kwéyòl is an endangered songbird found on the islands of Saint Lucia and Martinique.
The endemic Saint Lucia Whiptail Lizard (Cnemidophorusvanzoi) is the only Saint Lucian species that carries the colour of our flag; white, yellow black and blue.
In 2016 about 25 seamoss farmers from the Au Picon- Cacoa region in Vieux Fort North have been certified, at the NVQ level, in Sustainable Seamoss Production.
Our Mission is to catalyse and support the conservation, restoration, and effective management of Saint Lucia’s biodiversity and natural resources.
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The SLUNCF will conduct outreach to potential grantees and solicit proposals.
A wide variety of recipients will be eligible to receive grants from the SLUNCF.
List of activities and planned events for the calendar year
Saint Lucia’s valuable marine ecosystems face increasing pressure from a suite of threats.
The SLUNCF supports the conservation and sustainability of Saint Lucia’s ecosystems and species.
The Saint Lucia National Conservation Fund will employ 5 key strategies to achieve its goals.
The Board of Directors direct the business of the SLUNCF and exercise all powers of the SLUNCF.
Protecting and maintaining biological diversity and natural resources and other activities that contribute substantially to the conservation, protection and maintenance of biodiversity. Read More.
The SLUNCF is committed to openness, transparency, and honesty in its operations and in issuing grants.
The SLUNCF will work in partnership with communities and non-governmental organizations.
Towards and in support of the conservation and sustainability of our ecosystems.
The SLUNCF is accountable for all actions and decisions internally and to their constituents.
learning both internally and externally and will work to implement best practices
working with grantees to build grantee capacity and increase their effectiveness.
Incorporated in 2016, the Saint Lucia National Conservation Fund (SLUNCF) is dedicated to the conservation, restoration, and effective management of Saint Lucia’s biodiversity and natural resources.
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