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Conserving forests in Saint Lucia


Fauna & Flora first began working in Saint Lucia in 2000 and provides technical expertise on various aspects of forest management and biodiversity conservation. More than 70% of Saint Lucia is forested and the country supports an incredibly rich diversity of wildlife, a very high percentage of which are island endemics.

Following on from a nationwide forest timber and biodiversity inventory in 2009, Fauna & Flora supported the Saint Lucia Forestry Department in renewing its strategy and even its organisational structure to better suit its duties, which have expanded from production forestry to protected area management, wildlife research and conservation, watershed management, nature-based tourism and environmental education. Fauna & Flora is continuing to assist the Forestry Department in achieving its vision of ‘a healthy natural environment for a healthy and productive nation’.