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Published on Apr 28, 2017
In 2014, the Southern Environmental Association (SEA) was approved a grant for a project entitled “Cultivating sustainability of two Protected Areas in southern Belize”. This project aimed at improving facilities at Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve and Laughing Bird Caye National Park to expand user services and improve the overall visitor experience. This project came to an end in March of this year. It was with great pleasure then that we caught up with SEA’s Executive Director, Mrs. Arreini Palacio-Morgan, to recap the project’s accomplishments. A major accomplishment of this project was the development of a business plan, which has been helping SEA in marketing of the parks as a strategy towards self-sustainability. Other accomplishments include the installation of an environmentally friendly sewage system, a solar system, a floating dock and, some infrastructural upgrades. We would like to thank SEA for the vision that led to the outcomes of this project, congratulate them once again on their success, and look forward to continued partnership!