Cousin Groupie

Michaela Maria brings a whole new meaning to the expression ‘been there, done that got a t-shirt’. Michaela has volunteered with Nature Seychelles twice on Cousin Island Special Reserve and she found her own way of making the memories of her experience last as long as possible.

Nature Seychelles’ Green Health program pinned on the map

 Group photo at the Rotary Club funded garden extension site

On 25th February 2016, The Rotary Club of Victoria officially handed over the Green Health on the map project over to Nature Seychelles in a ceremony held at The Sanctuary in Roche Caiman. The project is an initiative funded by the Rotary Club of Victoria and implemented by Nature Seychelles with the aim of sharing knowledge with Seychellois on healthier lifestyles through connecting with and conserving nature.

Back to the sweet flow of Eco Healing at Nature Seychelles

Get your mats out and prepare to get your stretch on, Eco Healing through Green Yoga and Green Exercise is back!

On Monday, 22nd February, Nature Seychelles welcomes its new Eco-Health Manager, Roxanne Radovanovic. Great news for the members of our Green Health Program who have who have been persistent with their phone and email enquiries, pining for their regular body, mind and soul work.

Seeds of Change: Seychelles’ agriculture needs an extreme makeover to face 21st Century challenges

The Seychelles is burdened with meetings – scores of them every month with the majority being quite forgettable and having little impact. However, I was at a not-so-ordinary workshop on Monday which may turn out to be a game changer for the entire country. This was the presentation of the Seychelles Agriculture Sector Development Study funded by the African Development Bank (AFDB). Behind this seemingly innocuous name is a large project that will be proposed to the AFDB for financing up to the tune of 25 million US dollars over 6 years.

Warning: Coral bleaching, again!

This is how a healthy coral reef should look like

A report from Nature Seychelles Reef Rescuers Program

Its official, our oceans are experiencing a coral bleaching event on a global scale. Since October 2015, scientists of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have been reporting high ocean temperatures across Hawaii and the Caribbean, causing widespread coral bleaching. The phenomenon has now reached the Western Indian Ocean, which has been on coral bleaching alert since the 4th of January this year.

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Since 1998.

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Roche Caiman,

P.O. Box 1310, Mahe, Seychelles

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