Wolfs Company’s BEST 2.0 Project featured in SPAW-RAC newsletter

Project led by Wolfs Company in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is featured in the most recent newsletter (August 2018) of the Regional Activity Centre for the Protocol concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife for the Wider Caribbean Region (SPAW-RAC).

The SPAW-RAC’s newsletter highlights the successful collaboration among the Department of Environment and Coastal Resources of TCI (DECR), the Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment (AGRRA) Program and Wolfs Company, to enhance coral reef conservation in TCI.

Through the contribution of the BEST 2.0 Programme funded by the European Commission, this project supported the organisation of an AGRRA Monitoring Training Field Course and meetings with key stakeholders to discuss long-term financing mechanisms for coral reef monitoring programs.

Read the newsletter here!

Find out more about this project.

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