Co-funded by the EU’s RESEMBID Program and Wageningen University & Research, this pilot project aims at hands-on rehabilitation of Aruba’s spatially linked coral reefs and mangroves with a duration of 15 months.
This project will cover:
- Coral reef restoration;
- mangrove restoration;
- awareness building in the community of Aruba.
During its execution and upon completion, FPNA will integrate this project into the management of Parke Marino Aruba to guarantee continuity and lasting impacts for the island.
To date, Aruba has four Marine Parks under the FPNA management.
The FPNA will share the development of the “Turning the Tide” project throughout the next 15 months. Stay tuned for more news!
For more details on the project, please visit the FPNA website.