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5 June 2006

New Protected Area maps and panoramas added to the Interactive Virtual Tour section.

16 April 2006

Conservation Training Week II was held in Kingston, Jamaica from March 13 – 17, 2006. Read the story and download conference materials!

28 February 2006

The Nature Conservancy Internet Map Services
Comprehensive GIS dataset web sites on Jamaica are now available. See the Nature Conservancy Internet Map Services information in the Reference Library.

24 January - 4 February 2006

Mountain Visions completed panorama, still image and audio video photography in 6 more JPAT Protected Areas for this new web site. These included Montego Bay Marine Park, Cockpit Country Reserve, Black River Morass, Negril Environmental Protection Trust (and Royal Palm Reserve), Negril Marine Park, and Dolphin Head Reserve.

1 December 2005

Panoramas added to the Interactive Virtual Tour
Immersive panoramas of the Blue & John Crow Mountains National Park, Ocho Rios Marine Park and Port Antonio Marine Park have just been added. More panoramas will be added to the other protected area locations in the future.

16 November 2005

Conservation Training Week Postposted
Mark your calendars - Conservation Training Week has been officially rescheduled for March 13 - 17, 2006!

22 November 2004

Conservation Training Week a Success!
Read the Report on Training Outcomes. (96k PDF File)
Master List of Participants (32k Excel File)

Also add a suggestion about the Conservation Training Week next November? This could also be placed in the Calendar of Events section of the Conservation Network Center.

8 October 2004

The Nature Conservancy Contributes to $16 Million Jamaica and U.S. Debt-for-Nature Swap
U.S. and Jamaican Governments Protect Tropical Forest on One of the Most Biologically Diverse Islands in the Caribbean

Learn more about The Nature Conservancy Debt-for-Nature Swap in Jamaica and how you can contribute.