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Eastern Caribbean

Dominica

Providing support to the national park system.


The Nature Conservancy helped establish Dominica’s 17,000-acre Morne Trois Pitons National Park with a gift of land to the government. Since then, the Conservancy has provided funding and technical expertise to help the park service build trails, purchase radios and field equipment for rangers and train its staff in land stewardship and ecotourism.

In partnership with the Dominica Department of Forestry, the Conservancy hosts an annual volunteer work trip to Morne Trois Pitons National Park. Conservancy members and staff work alongside Dominican forestry employees to provide much-needed facility and trail maintenance in the park.

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