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Grenada Bans Styrofoam

On 1 September 2018 the small island of Grenada in the Southern Caribbean banned polystyrene also know as ‘Styrofoam.’ This seems like a simple step “Well, of course you would ban that nasty stuff!” After all it takes FOREVER to biodegrade. But Grenada loves it’s take-away food. Those amazing ribs on Wall Street, jerk chicken …

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Marine Protected Areas for Grenada

Did you know in 2013, Grenada signed the Caribbean Challenge Initiative (CCI) placing under management a large percentage of its coastal and marine ecosystems by 2020? This does not mean that these Marine Protected Areas (MPA) are completely off limits. Protecting Grenada’s Shores Prime Minister Dr. Keith C. Mitchell signed the initiative on Necker Island, …

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Art Appreciation by LtD Caribbean Sailing School – Grenada and the Grenadines

Capturing the feeling that is Caribbean sailing and culture: local artist Lisa Herrera Sailing in the azure waters of the Caribbean gives you a heightened sense of awareness for color and light. When I first saw the paintings of local Grenadian artist, Lisa Herrera, it took my breath away! She captured the brilliant colors and the vibrant life of Grenada and …

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ASA 101 Proper Winch Technique with LTD Caribbean Sailing School

The Windward Islands in the Caribbean offer some of the best sailing in the world! The Trade Wind breezes are steady and consistent. Sailing here is amazing – but it can be challenging. Proper winch technique is important for managing your sails in various conditions on a sailboat. It allows you to pull in sails smoothly and let sails out under control  even …

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