Re: C I C L Y Re: Nevis - The alarming effects of the lethal yellowing disease
According to the article "the group saw multiple
developments taking place, including the Dolphin
Marine Park at South Friars Beach."
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www.smallislandvoice.org" does not work.
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--- "jim.mcna" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Do we know the nature of the development near the
> sick coconut palms
> on Nevis?
> --- In CICLY@yahoogroups.com
> <harrieshc@...> wrote:
> > "UNESCO Small Island Voice Celebrates a Job Well
> > Date Posted: Thursday 14 June, 2007 Source:
> > In celebration of a successful year, the UNESCO
> Small Islands Voice
> > (SIV) Coordinating Committee chartered a catamaran
> cruise through
> > Water Safaris on June 9, 2007 to thank its
> coordinating partners
> > volunteers.
> > The purpose of the trip was not only a celebration
> but an
> > to see the environmental impact of development on
> the coast line of
> > St. Kitts and Nevis.
> > . . .
> > The need for appropriate methods of development on
> the land for the
> > protection of our marine life was well
> illustrated. The alarming
> > effects of the lethal yellowing disease on the
> coconut palms in
> > were also seen.
> > For further information on Small Islands Voice
> > www.smallislandvoice.org "
> > http://www.sknvibes.com/News/NewsDetails.cfm/3001
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