Thanks for visiting our page! Below, you can learn about our current projects that aim to protect our natural resources.
From January 23-28, our Sea Walls St. Thomas activation Team as well as local and visiting artists will create several ocean advocacy murals and host various public events to increase interest and engagement in marine stewardship.
Join us for our annual Coastweeks cleanups to help remove and document trash from our coastlines.
Our team crushes glass beverage bottles back into sand and glass cullets which we can use for a myriad of applications to include filling and distributing sandbags.
Join us to help replant mangroves across the USVI in an effort to bolster shoreline protection as well as provide suitable habitat for marine and terrestrial animals.
A 4-week marine science summer enrichment program for Virgin Islands youth in grades 7-12.
A 1-week marine science summer program for youth that focuses on water safety, swimming/snorkeling, and animal identification.
Educators can schedule tours for their students to tour UVI's Marine Science Center and explore unique habitats such as shorelines, coral reefs, and mangrove forests.
Students can learn the importance of 1) Water Conservation, 2) Water Quality Testing, and 3) Water Filtration through this program; educators can receive professional development training as well.
Learn about various Citizen Science initiatives across the USVI that you can get involved with.
Hosted annually in April, Reef Fest engages the public to engage with various organizations / businesses to learn about on-going marine science research, ways to get involved to preserve our natural resources, or even win cool prizes!
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Virgin Islands Marine Advisory Service
Center for Marine and Environmental Studies
University of the Virgin Islands
#2 John Brewers Bay
St. Thomas, USVI 00802